Park Inn & Suites by Radisson on Broadway
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... Montréal, where I didn't really see any of the other residents, I have already seen and heard many of those staying here. Regrettably my room is positioned between reception and access to the other rooms, next to the pay-phones. The door somehow seems to amplify the steps (generally flip-flops), voices and squeaky doors so the free earplugs available from reception are absolutely welcome. The latest modes-of-travel tally: Planes: 2 Trains: 7 Automobiles: 1 Buses: 15 Boats: ...
We all congregated before the concert started, which featured the Capital Cities. I didn't know much about them, but they performed well and was a good show. Once it got dark, we were cold, though, and decided to go back early. The shuttle took us back to the convention center and we walked to a sushi place very close to the hotel for another snack. Then, it was bedtime for me. I was probably asleep within two minutes of closing my ...
... What was cool is that you actually go through US Customs there in the Vancouver airport. So made it through that in the perfect amount of time then on the plane. Flew to Phoenix then Phoenix to Dallas and landed about 11:14 at night. The wonderful Cheryl Daniel picked us up and took us home. It was so nice to see the girls again and give them their presents. This was an amazing trip and I recommend everyone try to go. ...
... We spent a delicious day in the sunshine – swept up in the madness, the crowd, the colour, the noise.
Vancouver Pride is one of the biggest in North America and it’s estimated over half a million people crammed into the West End to celebrate on Sunday. All day the city was alive. Electric. I shared my skytrain ride with a unicorn. Fairies, mermaids and brightly coloured all sorts lined the streets, the trains, ...
... we were "walking off" the ship with our luggage at 7:45AM. This means we had arranged our own transportation home instead of Royal Caribbean doing it. They will not schedule a departure before 12:00 noon and the only one to Columbia meant an overnight flight or waiting until Saturday. I found an 11:30AM flight for $490 total and Henry assured me we could make it to connection with the early departure from the ship. Everything went so smooth!! Vancouver had their ...