Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel
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For the first time since we left I woke up to an alarm today. The beds at the hotel are so comfortable and just as important - the pillows! Upon investigating it turns out they are Sheraton branded and can be purchased online for $109 each. Maybe I'll keep the one I have at home.
It was the first morning also that was dark and overcast …
I was up early again today - about an hour before everyone else, so I did a little bit of work and read up on what we might be able to do this morning. We planned on meeting my parents at 7:30 am for breakfast at the hotel. My family did pretty well as we were in the lobby meeting up at 7:45 am!
My best buddy Ric had suggested we do bill …
... with me. I've read about 15 min worth of it and learned that exciting activities could be living with traditional reindeer herders (sounds warm) or drinking the national drink of Mongolia, fermented mare's milk. If you're like me, you've always had to resist the urge to drink that spoiled milk in the fridge... yum-mee.
Welp, boarding has begun...thanks for reading and hopefully there will be some interesting adventures!
... a great job with both their 50th Anniversary celebration and with ensuring guests experience Alaska, even on board. On this voyage, we'll have a Midnight Sun deck party, a naturalist on board giving lectures, Alaskan salmon on the menu, and even a presentation from a real Alaskan lumberjack. We are really looking forward to all of the amazing things this destination has to ...
... filming. For us Hope signified a move onto Highway 3 which really took us into the British Columbia Interior as it's called. Here - we lost track of altitude as we drove through Provincial park, wending our ways up and down steep passes.
It was then down (and I mean down) into the Okanagan region - which showed us the initial signs of our first stop - vineyards. Although not widely ...