Ramada Hotel & Suites Metrotown
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Hotel & Suites Metrotown Vancouver
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... for bed. Conrad and I had planned to go out for the evening but the adjoining rooms weren't- the door was there but wouldn't open so we decided against it. Instead Cam and Conrad went down to the nearby bowling alley for a few rounds- some big smiles when they returned about 9:30. Unfortunately Ashton had a shocker night so Conrad, Cameron and I played musical beds through the night to try and get some needed shut ...
... rain poncho
*small foldable purple beach bag
*small set of colored pencils
*small purple bag with small roll of duct tape, nylon string, extra hair ties, safety pins, extra rubber bands and a few small hair clips
*index cards with exercises on them
*folder with random papers in it (not pictured). this is just a normal school folder with papers that contain my ideas for each country, as well as ...
... Mem Fox books and a tassie tiger and a tassie wombat were a hit.
Headed off to Yaletown to find bar with a waterview to have an early evening meal. Yaletown was buzzing. People out enjoying the great weather knowing rain is on the way. Pulled pork and a local pino were very enjoyable. Off home via the False Creek ferry and a chance to take some twilight photos. A great day.
... the world class gymnast managed to swing himself around and under the roof to grab onto the gutter and slide down it! We could still hear scuffling about from down in the bassment and turns out there was three young ones locked in the bathroom so trevor had to let them out. Tonight i will be sleeping with the door and window closed, im not wanting eaten by any racoon ...
... drove me to the airport. I took a five hour shuttle up to the port in Vancouver. It was uneventful, minus the 7-year-old who knew an awful lot about zombies, cannibalism, and necromancers. The wait at the port was also what you'd expect. Loads of people. I think this was the first time I felt lonely on my trip, since every other person was part of a group. Once I was on board and my housekeeper gave me the "awwwww" ...