Riviera On Robson Suites Hotel Downtown Vancouver
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... by the end. It was the best way to see Stanley Park & the perfect day for it. There was a slight breeze and we went from the forest to the gardens to the totem pole area (there were about 8 of them, all with different designs). Then it was the very pleasant ride along the sea wall on a path separated for pedestrians and cyclists. We arrived back in just over 2 hours and were fortunate to get back down the street just in time for the next trolley bus back to Canada Place. ...
... and even venturing out into the water for the braver ones. We were heading around the corner a bit to find some Totem poles. This was actually an over ambitious plan as we ended up running out of time to get back to the hotel and leave the city by 3. We should have got a bus over to the other side of the peninsular instead of trying to walk it. Long story short we finally quite weary, hot and sweaty got to the poles at about 2:15pm and whilst I took a couple of ...
... Stanley Park. The whole park is well designed and caters well for bicycles. What one needs to be aware of is that some cycle paths are two way and others are one way.
As this was the weekend the park was full of tourists and many had the same idea as I did. Only problem is many of these cyclists have no road sense and simply just plod along side by side and holding back all the other cyclists. Then you get the clowns who simply just stop right in the middle of ...
... hire bikes from the hostel for $56 (for a whole day) There are different size bikes to choose from to accomadate even the smallest person. Cycled approx 9 miles on a round trip from Jericho Beach to Stanley Park and back. We stopped off at Beaver Lake and the Rose Garden in Stanley Park and took in the massive Cedar trees as well as wildlife, such as, Black Squirrels, Red winged Blackbirds and the tiniest Hummingbird.
... was actually pretty crummy. Very loud, small, and no good food. Peter found a decent, albeit young, porto to help ease the pain. We both nodded off a bit here and there, awakened by uncannily-stereotypical cackling from the Chinese workers in the lounge.
Ok, enough about the lounge! How about the airplane (Peter is, and has always been, an airplane nerd)? Our airplane was a 777-300ER, which is certainly the longest airplane ...