Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Vi vågnede begge kl 2:00 og var klar til at stå op. Vi fik dog sovet lidt mere. Klokken syv kunne vi ikke holde ud at ligge mere i sengen. En lille morgenmadsrestaurant, men der var det der skulle være. Havregrøden var dog lavet på vand. CAD 20 plus drikkepenge, så 230 kr. for morgenmad. Vi gik til Granville Island. En …
... the types of wood that were used to build the pillars (nan wood) and the roof (camphor - to keep bugs from eating it). She even explained the paint used to cover the beams of the roof. Each coat of paint took an entire week to dry and they used multiple coats on the beams.
The tour took us around the Garden and touched on the philosophy that influenced the tile creation, the placement and selection of rocks (Yin ...
... surprise amongst the leaves - a racoon curled up asleep! The tree was next to an old church with a beautiful but small english style garden being tended by a lady. She a/ firstly informed me that the possum was a racoon (oops) and that he liked to come down and eat eggs which she would leave for him.
The waterfront area is very scenic, especially on a balmy evening like tonight. There were lots of luxury cars out and about - masuratti, ...
... I’ll happily fill you in to your heart’s content on my return.
Anyway, time for a Michael Palin style summary/thank you because I was brung up proper innit. That slang was worth it just for my mother’s internal cringe. This has been the most incredible year. I’ve overcome my fear of lifts and heights, while developing a fear of racoons, resulting in the occasional long detour home…I’ve embraced Canadian lingo, ...
... bridge and along the lake shore was very beautiful. If this was a wet time of year, the fear of slipping in the muddy creek below would not be as pleasant as the sunshine that we were graced with. It's just over 1km to top of Dog Mountain from this point, however the next section of the trail contained a few more hills than the first. Continuing along the trail making our way past the small streams and over cute little wooden ...