North Vancouver Hotel
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Our last day in Vancouver today so have to fit some sights in! After breakfast we raced off to Capilano Suspension Bridge which fortunately was only 5mins up the road from our hotel. The Capilano Suspension Bridge is a simple suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River in the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The …
One of the most significant days of our entire trip round the world was the one when we left Edmonton & headed back into the Rocky Mountains to the town of Jasper, set in the middle of the Jasper National Park. This was the day that Kristina joined me by quitting smoking, I had stopped 7 weeks earlier when we were back in Toronto, and …
We made it across the border and into Canada, eh! This is the first time that we've stayed at a hotel two nights in a row so I insisted on "unpacking" when we got there. By unpacking I mean actually bringing my suitcase into the room and putting my toiletries bag into the bathroom. It was a nice feeling though and it will be even nicer to board our …
Poppy: We arrived in Vancouver on thursday evening on the Greyhound and Matt's lovely great-aunt and uncle picked us up, housed us and fed us the best meal we had eaten for a long time (our Whistler diet mainly consisted of pasta, toast and alcohol)-thank you so much Peter and Karen! Friday morning consisted of much frantic searching of ways to get …
... our map where to go. Up to the 8th floor to two locked glass doors with a push button speaker. A lady at the other end asked us what did we want, we told her our problem and asked her what do we need to do. Not their department, she couldn't help us, we didn't even get to see her. She said take one of the pamphlets from beside the door and look it up on the Internet. Off we went, still don't have a clue.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center