Park Inn & Suites by Radisson on Broadway
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Inn & Suites by Radisson on Broadway Vancouver
Very good service, comfortable, little run-down, restaurant not so inviting, nice neighborhood with good restaurants and entertainment in walking distance.
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... an appearance so we took the opportunity to walk around the waterfront. We watched seaplanes taking off, visited a very special monument and checked out a few of the tourist shops.
Seeing the pictures - Can anyone guess what the special monument is?
Lets hope the weather is better tomorrow as we head for another adventure...
... bake which Tom had never made before!!! ;-) They would normally have cooked it on a fire pit out back but due to a very hot summer no open fires were allowed so it was oven-baked but delicious nonetheless. Finished off with jelly and cream, my favourite, and all washed down with another bottle of our red wine, one of my other favourites. We took a short walk into the village and met some locals who were meeting in the village hall to honour an elder who had died just a ...
... night's disaster at Vijs!
The menu included...
(1) salmon crudo with beer
(2) duck prosciutto with the gamay (my fave)
(3) tomatillo gazpacho with cab franc rose
(4) steel head trout and favs beans (it had a focaccia lid) with bianco
(5) wagyu beef short rib and compressed watermelon with a cab
(6) dark chocolate ganache with a port
One of the best tastings we have done and the people here were so fabulous. Highly ...
Super flight! Jennie was very relieved that her eardrum didn't burst on the descent into Vancouver as seemed very likely. This is a bronze sculpture by Bill Reid. The artist himself is portrayed as a mouse at the front of the sculpture (not visible in this picture) the facial expression apparently resembles ...
Well, on the road!
Vancouver was amazing but its finally time to hit the road for real. Although I've spent a few nights in the van, it was roadside. Now the open road beckons... but first... a quick stop at Deep cove, as recommended by Chrissie and Dazzle!
A few clicks north of North Vancouver, Deep Cove is a secluded beautiful quite cove, unless ...