Quality Hotel Airport (South)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it. I needn't of been because he and the band especially (I fell in love with one of the backing/lead vocalists Gaby Moreno, her voice on The Weed Smokers Dream….wow, just marry me) were all fantastic, full of energy, talent and humility. So I'll end on something for Mr Laurie that sums up both this week and these past 3 months:
"Permission to shout 'Bravo’ at an annoyingly loud volume, sir?"
... was a broom shop - didn't know brooms came in so many shapes and sizes - and they are all handmade in the shop. There was another shop which had a couple of beautiful bags. Rich wasn't cooperative though and I was amazed when he said that 3 new bags on our trip was enough! Other shops of note: handmade paper, hats, Indian handiwork. In one particular shop there was a woman sitting behind a computer and filing something. She held it up ...
... able to tell me he had just parked the car and was on his way in – and so he was. He apologized profusely for being late and led us out to an incredible black stretch limo. Now I’ve never been in a stretch limo before and so was like a kid in a candy store. So the two of us reclined in magnificent splendor on the journey into our hotel. We got to the hotel around 1.00am and checked in – the staff were so helpful and friendly.
... dinner. Courtney, Allyson and Ben (Allyson's boyfriend) also were home for dinner it was so nice to have a family dinner together. We enjoyed steak, potato, coleslaw and tomato and boccini cheese. Patrick has done a lot of work on the gardens they are beautiful you can see from the picture. After dinner we went for a walk so they can show us Steveston Village. Steveston village is a historic salmon canning centre at the mouth of the South Arm of the Fraser River. Once upon a ...
... 10 years ago on one of our personal trips to Vancouver. They showed us a bit of Vancouver we hadn’t seen – Granville Island – neat shops like a world music store that we browsed in that had everything from giant gongs to tiny flutes, wooden frogs that you rub with a wood stick and makes a frog sound, and magnets that you throw in the air and make a chirping sound. The Bridges Restaurant was right on the water and it’s here ...