Travel Blogs from Vancouver
... owned park and the woman who owns it has endeavoured to retain the natural theme. Haven't any photos as I was busy making sure I didn't trip. Haven't taken as many photos this trip as it is all available on you tube with much better photography. In the afternoon we went on a little aquabus to explore the harbour. Stayed around the harbour for a meal and to observe the goings on and entertainment. ...
... random pieces of headwear. Ros buys me a sailor hat. The attached photo shows clearly my pure joy at this happy acquisition.
Several hours later I find myself on the rooftop of a downtown apartment building. In the pool. Playing ‘dangerball’ (or as I renamed it, ‘deathball’). One plays deathball in the water with the giant ...
... got on and gave info about catching our flights and liquids on a plane. Pretty sure everyone had flown to Alaska.... Finally at the airport and getting off the bus.
1) free luggage carts
2) porters: flat fee $20 for 3 bags, $2 for each addition bag... My husband opted for this option. This was awesome b/c the porter knew exactly where to go and it was a bit confusing!
While we were in line to get boarding passes, we saw the couple we ...
... a delight! Thanks Deborah. Sheryl and Charlie were seated in front of us and could only look in envy. Trafalgar are fantastic, we were ushered out of the airport and into a very flash bus by our host Caro and Canadian bus driver Tim and along with 30 other tour buddies who like us were feeling a little shattered given a comforting commentary of our surrounding and told to drink lots of water, not just because of the heat, but also the altitude. Caro asked us ...
... Back in the USA! It's been 2 years, 1 month and 14 days since we've set foot in our own country. Off to see Seattle.
# of countries: 41
# of cities: 83
# of bus rides: 20
# of taxis: 2
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