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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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... And it’s on the Presidential Seal! Then it slowly dawns on me that maybe lines on maps don’t mean much to a powerful hunter with a two metre wingspan. It sort of gets me wondering, what if that border wasn’t there?
I’ve heard that there have been various suggestions dating back to Thomas Jefferson that Canada and the US should merge. Personally, I reckon getting Americans ...
... br> Met the 'cat' who is a real character and certainly boss in the house. It was like staying in a five star hotel and I was made to feel so welcome it felt like home from home. There was lots of photo sharing to be done and I was taken out and about to the local neighbourhoods including Fort Langley, White Rock and I think Steveston where we watched the fish being sold off the boats and then ...
... plate of it for $6.75. Yeah, they weren't kidding when they said sushi is cheap and plentiful here. I got settled in my "small" room and decided to shower before heading out.
I grabbed the 22 MacDonald bus toward Downtown, but wanted to get off around Chinatown to visit a winery. I get dropped off and as I'm making my way toward this winery, I start to realize I'm not in the nicest area of town. I always have this tendency of winding up on the ...
... of fitness. It’s uphill the ENTIRE way. There are 2,830 steps. It takes a novice hiker 2 hours. Average time is 1.5 hours. The fastest time ever is 23 minutes. The trail is so steep that it’s only open spring-fall. In fact, it’s so steep that Metro Vancouver have deemed it unsafe to descend. READ: If you start up the Grind, you cannot, I repeat CANNOT, give up and turn around. You. Can. Not. Walk. Back. Down.
So, Wednesday morning, I lay in ...
... it was probably a good thing as unfortunately we lost, even though Rooney scored his first (and probably last) World Cup goal.
We strolled back to the hotel and spent a couple of hours packing and getting ready for our early departure tomorrow. To finish off the evening we went back down to the lobby bar and had some amazing tuna and salmon sashimi at the Sushi bar washed down with Marlborough Sauvignon blanc. ...