Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to hire bikes and ride around the park, but the bike path was not too crowded.
We also got to pass the famous totem poles in the park, which we remembered seeing in 2011 when we last visited the park.
After over an hour of riding, we returned the bikes to the shop and walked back to our apartment.
Dad had organised for us all to go to an ice hockey match that night, because there is pretty much nothing more Canadian than ice hockey. And when in ...
... the case this winter. In fact quite the opposite as it is quite warm (max around 7c min around 5c) so that wet Pacific air stream is falling as rain not snow. The local ski resorts have insufficient snow to open which has put a dampener on our plans for our stay in Vancouver. Having said that there are so many other options for us to explore we will not be bored. Whistler is just an hour or ...
... had the opportunity to co-pilot. Great being able to listen in to the control tower and plane spot as we passed under the jets. Some of the houses on the islands had to be seen to be believed. There were even some vineyards which were covered in snow at present.
Next be trip will be to Vancouver Island to see the Christmas lights at the Burchard Gardens. That will be great!!
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Seawheeze is officially over, but our little vacation definitely isn't. This morning, we met back up in one of our rooms for breakfast before heading back down the busy shopping road to one of the hop-on-hop-off trolley stations that tourists use to get tours of the city. We wanted to do all the touristy things in Vancouver (there actually aren't too many, so we could cram them all in a day) and figured the trolley would be the best way to get everywhere ...
... with warm dry clothes, and there’s the cruisy skyride to the bottom. I’m too tired for the bears and lumberjacks. I’m too tired for anything.
I did it. From my deathbed to the top of Grouse in a day. I feel like I can conquer anything! But for today, I’ll just take myself to bed and order a panago pizza. Cos I deserve it. And cos I think I now have pneumonia. But I’ll deal with that tomorrow.
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