Robsonstrasse Hotel & Suites
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... We didn't miss the TV though except for Downton Abbey & Coronation Street!!!
You eventually burn out & get tired of moving so often! It's pretty amazing how easy you can live in 8ft x 22 ft (176sq ft) of living space, that's about the size of our kitchen at home!! We are both ready for home, I've decided everyone needs winter to hibernate - veg out & curl up ...
... cancer lodge. I still play very terrible game of golf but have joined crochet golf and really enjoying that, also learnt to play majong and also enjoying that . We have 2 great gardens at taupo and home . New berry one at the lake is doing well.
We left home saturday and flew to Vancouver very bumpy ride nearly didnt get breskfast.
But arrived early so got earlier shuttle.
Great to be here they having ...
... me as he's on his way over to watch the Cowboys playoff game followed by Team Canada world jr semi-finals. After that I'm going to coax him into dropping me off at my hotel in Richmond near the airport, and just chillax in my room tonight.
I'll probably wake up at 8am or earlier because I'll be jacked to make my way to the airport for a noon departure on ...
... Soon, again I'll add the name once I get it from Nate! Kara, Soon, and Nate enjoyed some delicious pasta dishes, while I found my inner child (as usual) and enjoyed a tasty ham & grilled cheese sandwich.
With dinner and a few drinks out of the way, we headed back to Nate and Soon's apartment to finish off the night. It was strange seeing a bunch of skunks walking around, but apparently that's a common occurrence in downtown Vancouver. With ...
... became a heady, dizzy blur. It was the BC day long weekend. It was pride weekend. We sucked every drop of life out of those last days like summer was ending and never, ever coming back.
Maybe part of us recognised how fleeting our time was. We’re all in similar situations – we came to Vancouver with our own hopes, dreams, expectations… but none of us are 'home’. We’re transient. Displaced. Feeling ...