Coast Surrey Guildford Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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I saw a bald eagle yesterday. What a shock! Not because it was quietly gliding through the air without the piercing shriek I have always heard in the wildlife films. Not even because I was standing in an urban car park rather than some rugged mountaintop covered with snow. What really surprised me was that the big guy was in Canada! Aren't bald eagles supposed to live in the US? I thought it was their ...
Next stop after Vancouver, Surrey which having consulted the map is really just a suburb of Vancouver but necessitating a journey on the sky train. Sandra and John came to meet me and it was like turning the clock back to forty five odd years ago. So so lovely to reconnect and especially as they knew Mum so well and we could reminisce. Lots of tears and laughter. She would have been so pleased we were ...
... grab the public bus. Eleven dollars later (worth it), I arrived at my homestay where I met the host (very nice) and was given some info about the area.
My room wasn't quite ready, so I walked down the street to find a 7-Eleven or something similar to buy a pack of 10 bus/train cards. The public bus that goes downtown is right down the street, so I figured I would be taking it quite a bit. After grabbing the passes, I stopped at a sushi place and got ...
There are two ways to reach the peak of Grouse Mountain. Firstly, you can take the skyride. A glass gondola will take you to the peak of Grouse in comfort and safety in a total of around 10 minutes. Or, alternatively, you can do the Grouse Grind. The Grouse Grind is a 2.9km trail up the face of Grouse Mountain, commonly referred to as “Mother Nature’s Stairmaster.” The trail is not recommended for anyone without an intermediate to ...
... that might not come your way. Nevertheless we chose to hop off at Gastown as we knew that it was only a 10 minute walk from our hotel. We took some photos of the Gassy Jack memorial and then took a break in a good old Irish pub called The Blarney Stone. More World Cup football! We watched Japan versus Greece whilst enjoying a couple of beers. We had missed the England v Uruguay game while we were in Stanley Park and it ...