Pinnacle Hotel At The Pier
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... about seeing their equipment and how they go about providing a service. Without being too critical here and pointing out the bad, what I liked about BC was the pride they had in their service, they too were also well respected by the community, I also liked the size of the vehicles as you could stand up in them, the equipment was assessable from both inside and outside which is a plus. On the negative side, their equipment was old, the vehicles were filthy, ...
... is quite narrow, as you can see, and ... bounces and sways from side to side. All over a lovely river gorge. HIGH above said lovely river gorge/
Anyway, that's all for today ... tomorrow I am off to Calgary, cowboy town. Not for the famous Stampede, which is several weeks off, and almost impossible to book accommodation for unless you do it a year in advance ... and it wouldn't fit with my other itinerary needs, such as GenCon.
After I had hopped on the bus from Seattle to Vancouver, at the border being reminded to please leave the country by the stated date in my passport, I was happy to be back in Canada and finally see the west coast of it. Vancouver is a beauty for sure!!!
The hostel I stayed in was nice, I had three Japanese girls in my room and in general I got the impression of this city being full with Japanese people! ...
... was a relief. If Rob has any baggage problems at Sydney at least he knows what to do. We went to the international departures and booked the boys in for next flight, they had about three hours to wait so we all went and had some breakfast. Now for the sad part, we had to say goodbye (even crying while writing this), don't know when we will see them again. Hope they get home alright. The time just ...
... for Christmas, and the tallest, over 100 feet tall was spectacular. There was a long suspension bridge there, which was also lit with Christmas lights, and a tree top walk which was also decorated as well as a walk around a cliff face. There was also a pretty lake, around which there were lit Christmas trees, and lights in the trees - it was all really like being in a Christmas ...