Sandman Hotel - Langley
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... St, Riley did fairly well.
We also returned to The Hub restaurant on Denman St to retrieve Riley's hat. And to have a little mojito, some poutine and one of their famous cookies. For those who don't know, poutine appears on most menus, and are fries covered in gravy, bacon, cheese etc. Sounds a big gross, but it's not. Riley thought it out well leaving his hat behind!
At 4.30pm we started on the Spirit ...
... noticed on google maps before i left there was a sushi bar next to vans called O Sushi. I got the spicy sushi combo which cost me £7 and was gigantic. I couldnt put any of it to waste though it was to good to throw out. Vans shop had heaps of cool stuff in it, probably shouldnt of went as i had just managed to free up some space in my backpack and im not wantig to fill it up again with things i dont really need. I did get some socks and a pair of jeans though. Last time i got ...
... swim from 9-10 then fell into bed. The pool is open from 10-midnite for adult swim, the first time I have stayed at a hotel with that arrangement. Shout out to my friend Missy O'Regan as that is one of her favorite expressions! Can't wait to explore this beautiful and interesting city with the kids, Charlie and I loved it when we visited in ...
... so everyone was off work!!
V-Babs, Ros and Jones joined me for the last thing on my Vancity bucket list – cycling the Stanley Park seawall. The seawall makes a 10km loop around the park, taking you through park, beaches and with stellar ocean and city views throughout. It’s another example of Vancouverites weird hate of turning around though. Like the Grouse Grind. You can only cycle the seawall one way. DON’T ...
... the wrong side of the road (well, the wrong side compared to what I've been doing for the last 42 years or so!).
So, to compound this, my plan was to head into Vancouver proper ... the CBD ... to see the sights ... and I did just that. The trip in was fine, even though Vancouver is unusual for a North American city in that there are no Freeways or Expressways or the like that head into the center of the city, nor ...