Robsonstrasse Hotel & Suites
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Every city should have a park like Stanley Park, an oasis from the urban jungle.
Stanley Park sits at the top of the peninsula that is home to downtown Vancouver. I don't know how big the park is, but it's huge. It has many things that usual parks have, play area's, gardens, the odd totem pole, but it also has wilderness, or as close to wilderness you can get in a city park.
We walked the seawall trail, that unsurprisingly follows the sea wall around ...
... and loved our time away we are looking forward to getting home. I am still in awe of all the planning and organisation Sue did before we left and while we were on the trip which made it all possible. (She has just told me when we arrive in Wellington it will be 9 degrees with no rain and a light breeze.) This will be the last post on the blog and we are looking forward to catching up with you all sometime soon. Love C and ...
As today was the last and final day on the ship I had to be up bright and early. As I only had today to explore Vancouver I opted to be one of the first to leave the ship.
We had arranged to meet in the Lido for breakfast at about 07h30 and so after a quick look out on deck I made my way to the lido on deck 10.
Soon all the gang was here and the laughter started. After last night I was rather surprised to see everyone here but somehow we ...
... which is a Bank Holiday in Canada and everyone is out in force on their bikes, roller skates, scooters, tandems or are walking and enjoying rides in horse drawn carriages. By the afternoon all the beaches and cafes were heaving, so we headed back to the hostel via local shops to pick up some grub for cooking our evening meal.
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Boyfriends seem to need afternoon snoozes. 'Cuz its harder work ...
... restaurants. The meal at the Indian restaurant was delicious, and after we finished, we again walked and walked and walked to get to the bus stop to catch the bus which dropped us a few blocks from our hotel. So much walking, and so little sleep. We were beginning to feel like zombies.
After a good night’s sleep in the beautifully comfortable bed at the Delta, we met the kids and had breakfast on the waterfront before ...