Riviera On Robson Suites Hotel Downtown Vancouver
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... see the big picture, but I wouldn't be without my trusty Google Maps or RV GPS that gives us all the campgrounds, rest stops & lots more!
Thank heavens for iPhones & iPads - keeping in touch is so easy, we used Facebook, FaceTime & phoned folks in Jolly Old England!! Our trusty iphone meant we could arrange to meet family & friends while on the road. ...
... Tyler in boys high ski team but grotty weather and cancelled
It was at Turoa and John and I stayed at Ohakune to watch, bummer but we enjoyed being back in Kune, caught up with some old mates. John enjoying golf and is slowly reducing his handicap he also is the handy man for Lisa and David so sometimes quite busy.
I have been back working for WOHC 3 days a week so keeping out of trouble and still volunteer work ...
... to worry next year and voila it actually worked. Progress ;).
I also recall the stress that can go with last minute unpreparedness and therefore this time I had literally everything done by Friday, other than a few small loose ends, and have basically relaxed and hung out with my friends over the weekend. In fact cousin Dougie will likely be the last Canadian ...
... North America; yes even bigger than Central Park in New York. Thankfully you can drive the park otherwise it would take a good couple of days to walk through this park to see all that it has to offer. From a restaurant, to a lighthouse, totem pole, and just pure beautiful scenery it's a great way to see Vancouver. As it's basically an island you can look back and get a unique view of the cityscape. We had some fun at the totem poles with Nate pulling off ...
... off my ultimate Vancity bucket list. But in the end that’s not what this trip’s ended up being about, is it?
When you’re having a really ****** time of it, when someone’s treated you really badly, there are two lovely things about travel that operate as a kind of salve.
The first is the sense of achievement that comes from getting something done in an unfamiliar place. Or when something goes wrong. ...