Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Pamela and I arrived at Vancouver Airport about 2015, we had to go through Customs again as we just left U.S.A. And now arrived in Canada, after a clearance we had a look around then a bite to eat, which was a pretty big meal, and after speaking to many Aussies we started on the long trip to gate 49. Settling in nicely and Pamela charging her iPad and about 1 hour before boarding time 2300, ...
... was a very chilled out sea otter, beautiful while beluga whales and Amazonion frogs. But we also saw penguins, jelly fish, dolphins, 2 sloths, butterflies in a walk through enclosure, snakes, spiders, a sea turtle and a lot of fish!
We got a taxi back to the hotel. My feet are very tired. In fact all of me is tired!
Tomorrow is our last say here so we will try to do Ganville Island and ...
We have finally been bike riding in Stanley Park a couple of times now as the weather has been beautiful.
As usual we have been eating lots... Yesterday we had Pesto Pizza, everyone who knows me knows I HATE pizza but this was actually really nice I had 4 pieces!
We also went to a restaurant called The Fat Badger, they had a small menu but it seems the meals they do serve they cook them to perfection. Tom had ...
... the most fun I've had in a long while. Things got a bit crazy when a guy tried to lift up a girl then fell over, but thankfully we on the outside caught her. We befriended a large Asian guy called Alex, who became our body guard and we named Attila the Hun. James got his shirt ripped by a gay guy who then gave him a piggy back and grinded with him around the circle. Apparently that would never happen in California?! Those Canadians sure know how to party.
... way from home, as this has happened before. Because the email account has been frozen, we have to get a code on a completely different medium, namely a mobile phone, as Microsoft don’t think a G-Mail account is independent enough. The phone number we have registered with them is now our son’s number, so we don’t have the relevant phone with us.
Fortunately Dianne works out she can still send a message by Facebook, and Adam is awake at ...