Ramada Pitt Meadows
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... on to the railing, and chatting with people outside the rink, because I was forced to let go and try to go around them. Children were whizzing past us at a rapid pace; I have no idea how they learned so quickly. Skating is hard! We were able to do much better when Laura acquired a much sought-after walker. They looked like a walker that aide people walk, but for skating. Though designed for children, many adults were using them, so we were also comfortable ...
... day hiking in this park and there's some incredible scenery to take in. There was signage to be aware of bears but we didn't get the chance to see these majestic beasts in there natural habitat. We didn't get to see any during our entire trip, great for the safety aspect of things, bad because I was really hoping to see a bear and we all wanted to see Kara put her bear bells into use.
In the park there is a suspension bridge, the great thing ...
... are encouraged", and there was an area about 9/11 that was intended to be viewed through the camera lense of a smart phone.
Jumped on a bus and went to Stanley Park. This is an amazing city park - a large part of is a temperate rain forest. There is a beautiful rose garden, beaches, walking and biking trails, a lawn bowling green (!), theater, etc. how fabulous to have a park like that in the middle of the city.
Back to the hotel for a $$$$ drink in the ...
... to the summit for an aerial view of Vancouver City, we passed two rescue Grizzlies. Reaching the top we walked up to a wind turbine "Eye of the Wind" - a lift took you up to the 360 degree viewing platform, 58 metres above the peak of Vancouver. On the way down there were people tandem paragliding to the mountain base. There was just enough time to call at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park which had many First Nation artefacts, authentic Trading Post as well as bridge ...
We spent the full day at Telus world of science on Sunday. We got to be big kids playing on everything and learning stuff. They are so into fitness and recycling here. The science place itself looks amazing inside and out. It also counts the number of cyclists that go by it on the cycle path. The day before total being over 6000. There are non stop joggers going around the area as well. Inside there are four floors of things to do. Including the IMAX cinema Murray picked the film and ...