Ramada Pitt Meadows
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The day started with a cab ride to drop off the kids at McDonalds for breakfast. And then down the road to the dentist so that I could get my tooth fixed. That all went well and from there I met up with the kids at the train stop so that we could take the Westcoast Express to downtown Vancouver and then catch the sky train to the airport.
Although the flight left 30 mins ...
... about due to the popularity of the walk and the increasing number of conflicts/collisions between cyclists and walkers. Today there were lots of cyclists and walkers utilising these paths and the system works well.
Stanley Park itself is the city's 1000 acre greenspace with gardens, beaches, lakes and hiking trails through over 500,000 cedar, fir and hemlock trees. It also houses totems, restaurants, miniature railway, ...
... would treat ourselves. It was a very tasty burrito. We didn't really explore too much more that night and hadn't done any research either so we really had no idea where the main shopping streets were or the main downtown streets of Vancouver. The only thing I have really noticed about the city is that there are a lot of homeless people here and many of them on drugs. There is also a pretty regular smell of weed in the air!
The next morning we had to drop our little car back ...
... great restaurants with cuisine from all reaches of the globe. Want to escape the mainstream and the big chain stores? Want a locally brewed pint of porter with your pork pupusa? Local raspberries for $2 a punnet? Canadian made coffee that won’t make you cry? Come to Commercial.
Some of my favourite places in Vancouver are along this road. St Augustine’s, named for the patron saint of beer, has over 60 beers on tap at ...
On the way back from Fort Langley we stopped by an area of Pitt Meadows near the Fraser River with a view of the bridge. The river is pretty huge and moves really fast. We also drive by the airport and saw some skydivers coming in. For dinner that night we made a salad from the lettuce, kale and Arugula that they have from Fort Langley. Apparently they give away the produce as it is ...