Robsonstrasse Hotel & Suites
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... over to look at the Olympic Flame there & there was also a huge Lego orca nearby.
We then walked through Gastown, a beautiful area of old buildings, cobblestones,
great food and art galleries. There are also flower baskets hanging form each of the beautiful lamp posts lining the streets between the trees. We passed the steam-operated clock with its mechanism showing. It is powered by the water steam that was (& often still is) the way that the buildings around ...
... took the initiative to go to a souvenir store and ask them to call us a cab as we were about 6kms from the hotel at least and there was no way we would make it back in time, even if we had the energy.
The 2hr walk around the peninsular was nice, and we passed through natural woods, lagoons with Canadian geese and I even got really close to a couple of Giant blue Herons who have little fear of people over here - unlike our small very timid grey ones. The ...
... full 10km or so around the coast then head back via the Lost Lagoon but somewhere along the way I went wrong and ended up way passed this area right under Granville Bridge which is miles away from where I wanted to be.
Biggest problem I had now was getting back the way I had just come as many one way cycle tracks are in place but thank goodness I soon discovered the ones I needed to get to Lost Lagoon were all by-directional.
Stanley Park itself is a ...
... Brits Public House on corner of Denman and Davie provided a much needed Guinness or two for Andrew. All this cycling is thirsty work! From the pub we were able to see all the massive cars and trucks they have over here, as well as the sporty Trans Ams and Corvettes, but the cars were outstripped by the vast quantities of cyclists. This is most definitely a cycling city with designated cycle paths throughout.
Today is ...
... air route in the world without possibilities for an earth-landing? So, the pilot gunned the engines for about 10 minutes, which apparently made enough difference between safe and unsafe, life and death, for a 16 hr flight.
The flight was fine aside from some really big bumps over the Pacific about 10 hrs into the flight. This wasn't a United flight, so I knew it would be serious when the flight attendants were RUNNING up the aisle ...