Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport
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We woke up to a grey day but no rain yay. Our get out of bed time has got later and later in the past 3 weeks so it was after 9 before our feet hit the floor. The other thing that we have got worse at is making a decision as to where and what to eat. Eggs benedict won out for Regan while I did yoghurt and granola as I think that might be hard to find in Vietnam. We picked up two bicycles, we chose cruisers ...
... a look at it and we noticed that it was a frame front (glasses). We looked at the shop sign and saw that it was a frame maker. So, in I went to find out what exactly was happening and she was very happy to explain the process to me. Interesting. They also have a do-it-yourself repair station out the front ... all the tools, spray and cloth are attached to the station. You repair your specs, clean them and then put donation for charity ...
... lovely suite here with a lounge area, mini kitchen, lovely bathroom and room with two double beds and not to mention a magnificent view of the Vancouver skyscrapers.
We were determined to make the most of our one day in Vancouver so we dragged ourselves out of bed at 7.30 this morning – although poor Craig has a sore throat – with the proverbial razor blades jumping around. We got dressed and headed down to the onsite restaurant ...
... show is filmed in Steveston. Also they just finished filming King Kong which is to be released next year. On our tour you could also see Mount Baker which is one of the most heavily glaciated of the Cascade Range volcanoes We also saw one of the buses they used at the Olympics It is was very interesting hearing about the history and about the town of Steveston. Then it was time to say our goodbyes as we had to pack for our flight tomorrow morning. It was a great day with the ...
... settled in to watch the sun set and lights of Vancouver sparkle over the reflections of the boats in the marina, two bridges and many low-rise condominiums. Quite a vibrant scene! Geoff and Louise caught us up with their five children – their marriages, where they’re living and how many grandkids. Geoff noticed the tattoo on our server’s arm, it was only a series of numbers, but he recognized them as numbers in the Bible. He asked ...
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