Quality Hotel & Suites Langley
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Travel Blogs from Langley City
... of space available everyone seems to live on the highway. We cannot see any advantage to this as you are in the middle of no where but you have trucks and lorries coming past all the time making noise.
Everyone has a 'Truck' by which I mean one of those ginormous pick-ups they are so massive that I have to stand on tip toes just to look in the cab. In the campsites where we have stayed these have mostly been towing caravans that are approximately ...
... Being out in the open air made the journey exhilarating.
Our tour group left Whistler at 1.30pm heading along the Sea to Sky highway toward Vancouver. The highway took us through particularly stunning scenery including the Tantalus Mountains which have permanent glaciers. They looked like lovely white iced cakes. We also travelled through the township of Squamish which is known as the outdoor activity centre ...
... therefore needed. A list of shops to visit and a wish list and it was "ready, steady, go, spend!"
We didn't go over the top, but it would be so very easy to go a little crazy. Every item is discounted. There is a bit of a game to be played. Some American's love their "coupons". For $5 you can buy a coupon book which gives you extra savings in every store. Within a few minutes my coupon book had given me ...
... river so of course I had to stroke one too, they were too cute yet they were only the beginning of some of the incredible wildlife we would be privileged enough to see whilst in Vancouver.
We stopped off for a cheeky beer on the way back to the hostel and for dinner Jack introduced me to the Canadian delicacy of Kraft Dinner (which is basically a student dinner of macaroni cheese!) and got ourselves ready for the Whale Watching the next day.
... Island. Had lunch in 'The Market' and then I touched the ocean. Right outside the market, there was a pier, so we walked down a steep ramp, onto a dock where boat get tied up. It was low tide, so there were barnacles on everything. I knelt down and touched the ocean. It was really cold!
We then started exploring Granville Island, in which we went into many shops. There was a music shop with many interesting instruments. No pianos, but it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility