Ramada Hotel & Suites Metrotown
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... 4 times I have flown Air NZ I have been unimpressed. I find the staff a bit lazy and aloof. The food for dinner was not bad on BA tonight - not quite as good as Air NZ but tasty none the less. Chicken with vege on a nice seasoned moist rice or vegetarian tomato and cheese pasta which was very nice actually. Both had a little Caesar salad and a yummy choc mouse cake with a caramel drizzle like a Hershey chocolate pie from BK's. Plenty of juice and water and very ...
Thursday... We made the connection through to the Sydney international terminal & onto our Air Canada flight. The flight over was quite smooth all the way, but like all flights in cattle class, crowded. Lyn had a couple of sleep sessions. I have trouble sleeping on planes & spent the time watching 4 movies. Arrival into Vancouver was pretty much straightforward. Got into the wrong (slow) queue for customs (my fault) & ...
... in Perth. WE headed back to the hostel when it started raining, and didn't really know what to do for the rest of the day. The hostel we were staying at was a good choice, as they had a free activity to do each day that was actually free (unlike their counterparts in Europe that say its a free walking tour then ask for tips at the end, super awkward!). So even though it was cold and raining, DAve convinced me we should go to the activity of the day to Granville Island. Neither ...
Christmas Eve! The Christmas spirit was in the air, and we were most certainly filled with it.
We walked to Granville Island, which was a really pretty walk away. We had to walk over a bridge which gave us the most beautiful views of the harbour around Vancouver.
Granville Island is a cool area with a real old-school circus feel.
We went into the children's market, which has the best old-school toys. There was a puppet store we had visited the ...
... will have to take cable car down! Before we done that though we went a little further up the mountain. We took the ski lift to the top. From the ski lift we could see mount baker which is actually in the usa. Crazy views from up there. Once we got right back down to the bottom we then had to take the bus back to the sea bus. The bus was absolutely packed and we had to sit in the luggage bit which was probably less ...