Days Inn - Vancouver Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... br> But there's a pause on the route home: a little timely reminder of why we came here in the first place. A single Humpback Whale is bubble-net feeding right by the shore. In the calm waters here, it's easy to see the bubbles forming in a perfect ring and then moments later, the whale plunges up. We enjoy a few rounds of the show before heading on for dinner.
Saturday brings another half day opportunity to ...
... The monument was much smaller than I expected. The museum at the site was really interesting and had a lot of information about how they built the monument and why each president represented was chosen - to represent different American traits ...
... we walked down into the Rose Garden. It was so pretty and couldn't even count the different types and colours of roses! I sent Phil around to smell them and see what the difference was. His reply was "That dark pink is nicer, it smells like soap, but the light pink smells like fairy liquid". Interesting opinion! There were some beautiful ones, some bright orange and some purple which were my favourite. I also offered to take a group photo of a family who were ...
... it. I needn't of been because he and the band especially (I fell in love with one of the backing/lead vocalists Gaby Moreno, her voice on The Weed Smokers Dream….wow, just marry me) were all fantastic, full of energy, talent and humility. So I'll end on something for Mr Laurie that sums up both this week and these past 3 months:
"Permission to shout 'Bravo’ at an annoyingly loud volume, sir?"
... USA in some ice-based game in which men with sticks slap a little black disc around. Perhaps if I hadn't grown up on the winter-free beaches of California I might've understood this game better...and cared. Being the sole American in the raucously packed pub of Cannucks, my nose was thoroughly rubbed in the embarrassing defeat suffered by my country. And somehow I was ...