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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... more money at some restaurants. The tourist attractions like the Capilano Suspension Bridge and the Aquarium can also cost a pretty penny.
2. Vancouver is reasonable: I saw some great places to stay on airbnb. I paid $34 a night for a room at Mai's home. If you are into Chinese food or sushi, you can't find a better place to get it in North America. As you know, I went to the free stuff as much as I could. When I add up everything I did ...
... the $5 bottles of wine that I buy at WalMart. Another interesting thing we learned other than wine making and castle building is that the growers plant rose bushes at the end of the rows of grapevines. The rose bushes tell the growers what the content of the soil is. Healthy roses, good soil; poor rose production, poor grape production. So build it, and they will come.....and we did. The day following our fabulous wine experience, we once ...
... in the wall to get a view of the passing world – I’m not jealous – that’s a sin. “Our personal steward is collecting the bags in an hour and a half.” Still not jealous.
We remember how long the disembarking process takes and head down to the bistro for breakfast. All around us are happy Americans pouring maple syrup on their pancakes and bacon. Hmm, tempting. There’s a ...
Today I started with sleeping until 11. I then took a lot of time to catch up on my blog and read some more in the literature I took from the library at WCC. In the afternoon I went grocery shopping with my hostmother. We went to Fred Meyers and to Terra Organica, very different stores. In the evening I attended an official soccergame: Bellingham United FC - Seattle Sounders -23.
The soccergame was again very interesting for my MP. I ...
... Asia and 3 from Latin America. They all had very interesting stories about the USA, when they learned English, what they thought of the college etc. At some point they were really interested in our lives too and they started asking us questions on several topics.
When Ulli introduced us to the other students he mentioned that one of us was actually doubting about his future as a teacher. When introducing myself I elaborated on that a little bit and ...