La Grande Residence at the Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... the Grandfather an unsuccessful brewer and the son killed in WWI - and the photo shows a young man in a slouch hat. What's an Australian story doing in an Auckland tourist precinct?
Robyn had a cocktail and a glass of local red - at least the British Columbians can make wine, it was quite good.
Then we stumpled back to our suite on the 20th floor and climbed into our luxurious bed and had a lovely long, jetlag induced sleep.
... which we didn’t want to miss in the main dining room). I also stopped by Guest Services to rekey some of our keys since we were playing a bit of switcheroo with staterooms and to drop off the mats we wanted to be signed by the Disney characters.
Once back at Beach Blanket Buffet it was just past 1:30 pm and staterooms were now available. We made our way down to our rooms. Susan, Brittany and I are in 6632 (Deluxe Ocean View with ...
... crowded with people piling in two hours after we got there. All I wanted the entire time was this stick with fried potatoes and by the time we finally found the place it was easily the most packed vendor. I'd talked to people that had actually waited in line for about half an hour and determined it wasn't that good anyways. After we had our full of fried foods we made our way back on the Skytrain to downtown. For the night we decided to use our 15% discount ...
After a lovely sleep-in, the first for ages, we walked across the road from our hotel to the Vancouver Lookout, where an express lift took us to the top of the building, so fast, it travelled the 40 floors, one floor per second and only took 40 seconds to get to the top. It cost $16.50 per adult and the 360 degree view was amazing. The ticket covered entry for the whole of the day, so we went back later that night for ...
... scheduled for the future!) and our final night of our holiday was complete. Philippe was off to Newfoundland for work early the next morning so after our goodbyes, Ness took us to the most amazing place for breakfast called Chambar and it was easy to see why there was a queue out the door! We had smoked short rib with poached eggs, caramelized onions, apple slices and gruyere cheese, probably one of the best meals I had while we were away and seriously to die for! This trip has ...