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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(E) We took a taxi downtown and hopped on the HOHO bus and
hopped off at the Public Library, built along the lines of the Colosseum on
Robson Street in the West end. We strolled up and down to find a good place for
breakfast and settled for al fresco since the weather was so beautiful!< …
... we landed, before we’d even got off the runway, one guy was up getting his bag – classic.
We got a taxi into Vancouver and our first impressions were really good. It’s often voted number 1 place to live in the world and we could see why. Cool, clean air, mountains in the distance and the Pacific Ocean surrounding the city. We met with the guy from Air BnB at a coffee shop. We were staying in the West End, which ...
... and masochistically decided to do the Grouse Mountain Grind- 2,800 steps up a mountain. Painful but rewarding. Especially since there was a lumberjack show at the top of the mountain with 2 very fit lumberjacks. Then went to Lynn Canyon, where we went across the suspension bridge and took a dip in the refreshingly cold creek. Then back to the US. First international stop of the trip over!
... trees. There were many treetop structures and suspension bridges to walk on to see the beautiful trees in this rainforest environment. Graham walked on most!!!
We saw China town, Gastown, Olympic Village site, Granville Island and markets, downtown commercial area and monuments, North and West Vancouver, Skytrain, Cruise terminals, and the general sites of Vancouver. It seems a beautiful clean city ...
... It was a nice gesture and they had free drinks and snacks throughout the flight but it had to have been the shortest flight I'd ever been on, no more than 40 minutes for sure. When I finally arrived in Vancouver the immigration line was insanity. Two huge planes from China had just arrived and there were hundreds of highly confused solely Chinese speaking travelers all trying to figure out where to go. I was certainly happy everything is in English ...