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 …
This morning the four of us drove to Richmond and the waterfront to have lunch and to buy some salmon fresh off the fishing boats. When we arrived, we noticed that several traffic lights were not working, but just thought it was something minor, but when we got to the dock where the fishing boats were tied up, we learned that the power was off for the area near the docks which meant that all the restaurants were closed and could not open until the power was restored. ...
... but fascinating as much for the sights as for the myriad of
people walking, on bikes or rollerblades. Inextricably drawn to the Vancouver
Rowing Club, bizarre. I found a bench on the far side and sat down to write
postcards which was a lovely view but I did get cold. But did make friends with
some Canada geese who were very tame. “Howzat" looking up there was a
cricket match going on, what with a black and white wooden boathouse ...
... to see, particularly in the cold. We have decided to donate to the church we went to at Christmas Eve, as they run a homeless shelter and food bank during the week.
With very tired feet and bodies, we finally reached sore number 16--- also the one just across the road from us. We told the very disinterested barista of what we achieved, but there was a sense of accomplishment in our hearts.
After a few hours, we went out for ...