Robsonstrasse Hotel & Suites
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... contented, exhausted, sun drenched feeling.
I don’t want to say something cheesy like I found myself again this trip. Or that I got my groove back. (OK, part of me really really does)… But I do know what I want. I know what I need. I know what I deserve. The people in my life the last three weeks have reminded me.
Spurred on by the ever persuasive Ros, I seriously considered just laying on Jericho Beach a ...
... year, they'll hatch three chicks of which only one will survive, pushing the weaker two out of the nest. The parents won't intervene as they only have the energy to raise one.
2. The Bridge – we sail under the famous Lionsgate Bridge I mentioned in yesterday's post, and I learn it was built by the Guinness bros. Yes THOSE Guinness bros. They created masses of jobs during the depression building it and spent a tonne of money. ...
... br> I was not taking part, unless smiling admirably at Coupland and propping up the bar can be considered participating. The tasks the contestants had to complete included making a face using Helvetica font, 'Make Comic Sans look cool' and 'What would you tell your 1994 year old self about the technological future'?.
Listening to Coupland's own itunes playlist, he flopped around the room monitoring how people were ...
... and the naturalist OK. Entertainment is definitely of a much higher standard than Princess, though we prefer the food on Princess overall.
Saturday 14 June 2014 CelebrityCruise Day 2 Seward -Hubbard Glacier.
We are scheduled to enter Yakutat Bay about 1.15pm, and get to the closest allowable point of the Hubbard Glacier about 2.30pm, so we have a free day till then. The morning is not very promising at all, and our photos show a grey and windy sea, with ...
... they sold, and it was very, very good!
Having explored pretty comprehensively, we then went up the Vancouver Lookout for a panoramic view of the city from above. This was really interesting and had good explanations of what all the things you could see where. It's amazing to look in one direction and see a very built up city, and the other mountains and sea!
We headed back to the hotel and had a leisurely and relaxing swim and jacuzzi in the sun, to ...