Lord Stanley Suites On The Park
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... next to Kathy, an 82 year old retired French teacher (who spoke Spanish as well) and her 90 year old husband, John. Neither Jeff nor I could believe either of them were those ages! They talked about wanting to get to Venice soon before climbing stairs and walking on rough cobblestones became an issue for them! John is English and the last time he was on a boat was in 1958 when he sailed to the US. He is a retired Boeing engineer. They were so much fun. Kathy, like ...
... which is the only Catholic Church in the downtown area of Vancouver. Despite its small size it is a beautiful cathedral, which includes lovely stained glass and timber work. My next stop was the Bill Reid gallery. Situated in the middle of the city centre, this gallery features some of the major works of this well-known Haida sculptor. There were many fine pieces of his sculpture and jewellery displayed. I was delighted to see that one of my older style $20 notes ...
... man with apug that recommended us to see a suspension bridge in nearby Lynn Valley for free. It was a smaller version of the Capilano Bridge, but at least you were allowed to jump and swing on it:) the rest of the evening we spent in Burnaby where we had some dinner and played cards and drank beers. For the first time in 35 days we slept in a real ...
... rolls, before heading to meet Larry and Susan at the Woodwards - Ashley’s apartment block used to be a department store before being converted about 6 years ago. This was another treat for the Wombles - more friends to enjoy time with at the end of our momentous year and the incredible trip of a lifetime we’ve been on. We hadn’t seen these two for years, except as computer bodies on Skype. I can’t remember when we saw them last but it feels like ...
... going over a Canyon, and then a number of paths taking you through an ethereal woodland, green and lush, moss hanging off everything, the paths leading to waterfalls, or other bridges. Fortunately the worst of the rain had passed at this point meaning we could walk it in light rain. The rain also meant it wasn't as busy as it would normally be, but as we left bus loads of people were turning up. We stopped at a supermarket before heading to our apartment. ...