Vancouver Airport Marriott
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... array of food on offer. The fresh food and fish is simply beautiful!
We take it slow and try to sample as much as the stomach can handle. Lunchtime sees us with a Pork Belly sandwich (Tony), and a Clam Chowder Pot Pie (me) and talking to a couple from London………
Then we caught the tiny ferry across the river to downtown Vancouver. It’s a bit of a walk to the main center and the rain has got worse. I have Tony’s ...
... as the aurora borealis (may be visible to us as we near Russia) to wine-tasting, foot care to astronomy, classes of all sorts, parties, games, as well as the usual full range of facilities which have kept us busy and out of trouble. As always, the food has been decadent, but the ice cream bar has been a particular challenge for us. It is all made on the ship, and it comes in delicious flavours, unlimited quantities, and ...
... Loved having Shervonne as our waiter. Had an adequate room host (barely) and the best Head Waiter ever, Paulo... I used to say that I preferred Glacier bay, but that's because the last time I was on the Wonder in Alaska, we couldn't get into Tracy Arm and went to Endicott instead. If you're thinking about going, I suggest that you don't go before July because there's a good chance that you won't get into Tracy Bay ...
... see everything going on. I would recommend this to anyone coming to Canada! We were all pretty drunk by the end which was about 4:30pm and we headed to the city for food and drinks. We went to Gastown and bar hopped. Steamworks was the best place for food and fishbowls. We ended the night watching the fireworks over the harbor! 3rd July, Wednesday Allana and I were feeling good today and we discussed wanting to go to Vancouver Island but ...
... it important that we hurry up and get there. So we passed all the great Chinese food of Chinatown (because Momma couldn't make up her mind if she wanted to eat, less known what she wanted to eat) until we came to a cafe on the edge, and ordered an Italian dish. The pasta was too al dente, but the sauce and spinach were good. We were told that there'd be no dining on the train on the departing eve, so it was best to eat prior or bring food on. So we took it ...