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... that day. I had it it mixed up because I wasn't able to check my emails during the cruise. So we found a luggage storage facility and stored our big bags, then went for a walk to nearby Gastown and looked for an attraction called Storyeum (which I found out was closed in 2006). Had a look at the Steam clock and had a coffee break before boarding the Hop-on Hop-off bus for a tour of the highlights of Vancouver. this took us two and a half hours for the round ...
... Charles, and I met at David and Kelsey's. We all piled in their car and drove to the airport, catching our international flight from SFO to Vancouver. We arrived close to 11pm and took the subway downtown, where we then walked through Vancouver to get to our hotel. It wasn't a long walk, but I was so tired, so I was happy when we were finally able to check in. We split into groups, went to our rooms, and fell asleep. First night in Canada: ...
... to say that we didn't enjoy getting a full overview of the Gastown area and we tipped our guide accordingly. I'll reiterate that Vancouver's living standards, laid-back outlook and scenery are its main attributes. One helpful guy on the tour also turned out to be from Portland and attempted to describe its main attractions in spite of me being visibly bursting for the toilet at the time.
With it being Saturday, Junior and I needed little convincing that it was time for ...
... contented, exhausted, sun drenched feeling.
I don’t want to say something cheesy like I found myself again this trip. Or that I got my groove back. (OK, part of me really really does)… But I do know what I want. I know what I need. I know what I deserve. The people in my life the last three weeks have reminded me.
Spurred on by the ever persuasive Ros, I seriously considered just laying on Jericho Beach a ...
... bus then bus 236, but got off a few stops earlier. We could see the sign for the bridge as the bus pulled up and quickly got in the queue for tickets. It cost around $36 each which was around £20 which wasn't too bad considering it said there was plenty other things to do once inside.
As soon as we got in, there was a chalkboard sign which read 'Next Tour 12pm'. We had read that they did a tour every hour, only 20mins long, just about the bridge ...