La Grande Residence at the Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
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... is named after a chap called Jack Deighton, otherwise known as gassy Jack. Gassy as in talked a lot not what Riley was first thinking it meant. It has cute cobbled streets (which played havoc with my knee), lots of souvenir shops and nice restaurants and cafés.
Guess who who we ran into there? Our new friends from Australia of course. There's a photo of them further down - Peter, Juanita and ...
After a dreary, cold day yesterday, today looks much more promising. We've decided to get tickets for the hop on hop off trolley, even though we will retrace some of our visits from yesterday. For one thing, the weather is better, we can see better from the trolley, and we want to spend some time in Gastown. We did almost a whole circuit before hopping off to see a ...
... love this type of lifestyle, as they are treated like humans.
We also noticed the large amount of homeless people that wander with all their possessions from place to place then set up camp anywhere they wish. They all seem to have their cup out for donations. We also saw just near our apartment, 2 beautiful huskies asleep on the sidewalk with their owners possessions near them and a sign saying "we are hungry" .... No owner in sight .... Maybe ...
... undertaken here. Here we leave the semi-arid area of the Thompson Plateau. At the Cisco Crossing we cross the Fraser River. This is a 247.5 metre long orange arched bridge. It is the longest single span bridge on the Canadian National Line with a 129.54 metre arch span. Hell's Gate is a renowned tourist attraction being the narrowest part of the Fraser River. The gorge is 33.53 metres wide and 909,000 litres plus of water pound through this gorge ...
... to have a walk around and before we reached the bridge we came across the Cliff Walk. This was paths and bridges, some with glass bottoms,that went all around the cliff face, looking towards the main bridge and down into the water below. Even though we couldn't wait to set foot on the bridge, we headed out onto the Cliff Walk. It was quite busy, due to it being a weekend, so we went around at a slow pace. It was cool though, great views of the bridge. Although, ...