Sandman Hotel - Langley

Address: 8855 202 Street, Langley City, British Columbia, V1M 2N9, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Walnut Grove area of Langley City, is near Fort Langley National Historic Site, The Redwoods Golf Course, Canadian Museum of Flight, and Langley Centennial Museum.
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      Closeness, proximity and deathball

      A travel blog entry by sparkeflies on Jul 21, 2014

      8 photos

      ... balls the building’s owners seemed to think would make great pool toys. We are joined by four strangers who also thought the roof of a downtown apartment building was an excellent post-night out choice. Because it is. Kick off your shoes. Play some deathball. Go on.

      But as quick as you can say ‘what time is it?’ the black sky begins to fade. To purple. Pink. Yellow… Slowly into blue. I’m gobsmacked.

      Nudes and Riots

      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 14, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the last 100 years, and they are not just talking about kicking a few rubbish bins over. The last one was in 2011 when they lost the final of the Stanley Cup to Boston. Yep, that's worth a riot. At least 140 people were reported as injured during the incident, one critically; at least four people were stabbed, nine police officers were injured, and 101 people were arrested that night. 17 cars and several buildings were set alight. Police recommended ...

      Day of exploring Vancouver

      A travel blog entry by smithnet on Apr 28, 2014

      2 comments, 36 photos

      ... bus ride to Stanley Park, a 1000 acre forested peninsula at the tip of Vancouver. The parklands are heavily treed with native redwood, cedar and oak trees. Stanley Park was named after Lord Frederick Stanley, the Governor General of Canada in 1888, the year that the park opened. The gardens were created to be a place where all people - rich, poor, native and visitors - could come and share in the beauty of this pristine forest. A sea-wall stretching ...

      Adventure awaits

      A travel blog entry by hlady on Dec 04, 2013

      1 photo

      I have never been one to prepare for anything, but this trip is different soon I will be embarking on a journey to Africa. Six weeks spent in a continent that I have only ever dreamed of. So far I have spent more money on this trip then I did on 6 months in SE Asia. I'm nervous, I'm excited, I'm overwhelmed. I'll be travelling with my cousin Mel whom ...

      On the Road Again

      A travel blog entry by on Jul 23, 2013

      With an early start the Barchy's gathered our camping gear and picked up our 26' C class motor home. Although a few feet shorter, the floor plan is actually much more useable. There isn't a slide in the master bedroom but the bed is oriented parallel to the RV which actually frees up a lot of room in the kitchen and dining area. En route from the rental office by noon we hit the road for the Oregon ...