Park Inn & Suites by Radisson on Broadway
Travel Blogs from Vancouver
... and sculptor who's work I have spent all afternoon saturated in at Vancouver Art Gallery. It was like reading one of his books in 3D.
A man who has written whole chapters in binary it came as no surprise that his curiosity in technology and its impact on the 21st century human continues in his installations. He has adopted the QR (Quick Response) code to encode mundane phrases as well as one about his waiting for God which is a recurring theme in his books.
... Park. This time we got off at stop 11 and waited for the special bus that does a loop around the whole park. While we were waiting we saw a little black squirrel come down out of the trees and cross the road. Yes, it really was black and not red or brown! He moved too quickly to get a photo to prove it.
The trip around the park was definitely worth it. Stunning views along the sea wall, beautiful gardens, ...
... a delight! Thanks Deborah. Sheryl and Charlie were seated in front of us and could only look in envy. Trafalgar are fantastic, we were ushered out of the airport and into a very flash bus by our host Caro and Canadian bus driver Tim and along with 30 other tour buddies who like us were feeling a little shattered given a comforting commentary of our surrounding and told to drink lots of water, not just because of the heat, but also the altitude. Caro asked us ...
... at the area near our hotel, stopping for a Big Mac meal at a very low-key Maccas close to our hotel, then walking through the bar areas in the Hilton complex, getting some interesting night photos with the small camera, and getting to bed at about 11 PM. We’ve come to the conclusion that Waikiki hasn’t really got much to offer us. We were quite impressed when we were here in 2001, but that was at the end of a 10-month trip through China, Tibet, Nepal, Europe ...
... you'll understand how great it was to take part in a training session with Clive Lawton all about creating a new Limmud event. It's fascinating to see Limmud from a different perspective and very difficult to not try to make it the same as Conference.
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