Quality Hotel Airport (South)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of North-West America seeing the best of the wildlife. The scenery has been epic, yet much of the encounters have been extraordinarily intimate, seeing the bears and the whales getting on with life at close quarters. T here are not many who get the chance to see such sights, and experience life in the raw so far from the artificiality that is the norm for so many of us. It will live long in the memory along with the 10,000 images!
... grass with seats ad trees. Lots of cyclists whipping along their own path, lots of dog walkers, lots of boats... Howard got a hot dog and we sat in the shade for a while. It was very hot today. The cruise showed us the port and other stuff we saw yesterday but from the sea angle.
Then we walked to Stanley Park to get to the Vancouver Aquarium. We could have spent a whole day there. ...
... time. I still don't understand how It works as it looks like we could have easily walked past the park and into America illegally but I wasn't game enough to test it. On the way to the Piece Arch Park we some how joined the boarder crossing queue to get to the US, we managed to get out of the queue but to return we had to go through the Canadian boarder, I was stressing thinking they would not let us back in lucky we had our passports ...
... br> The guys were all wearing hipster caps and it became a game to try to acquire as many as possible (giving them back afterward obviously). The girls were a lot more relaxed than England, everyone wore jeans and only 2 or 3 in the whole club were wearing dresses or short skirts. At midnight there were about five of us dancing in a circle. At 2am there were 15 in a circle, and each person took their turn to dance off with someone else in the middle! ...
... from the Lonely Planet website. We all have a late lunch and spend the afternoon and into the evening discussing mainly travel. We don’t realise how late it gets dark here and don’t call it a night till after 11pm. Because of jet lag, we are not ready to sleep, so Dianne taps into the Wi-fi, and finds that she can’t open her email, as it has been frozen by Microsoft for unusual activity. We think at first they are concerned because we are transmitting ...