Comfort Inn & Suites Vancouver
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with Jody's Aunt and Uncle and her three cousins. It was great fun seeing them all- and on there home turf in the West (for the last 45 years they've always headed East to visit the family).
In addition to Linda's gardening and decorating talents, she is also highly skilled in the kitchen. The night of our arrival, we were ...
... city streets and a great park which includes rose gardens, Japanese gardens etc. It had a calm pleasant vibe although the presence of the homeless was there again on most street corners with shop security moving them on rather than police. It wasn't the easiest place to navigate and after a good 1/2 hour looking for maps and info on google i gave up and we headed for a train near by. We did get some help all be it with indifference, it was by luck ...
... showing up at the airport and having no clue where to go or what to do, but knowing that I am entering the unknown is the best way to prepare :) I am so glad I never gave up on my dreams because dreams really do come true..all it takes is ALOT of effort and a little bit of fate! That's all for now friends and family, I attached a few pictures of my new home, hope you are excited as I am! Wish me luck with the visa process..May 18th is the ...
... br> We also saw the smallest national park in the world, it is so tiny and sits on an island between two roads! So if I hadn’t done this tour, I wouldn’t know about half of what I saw on this tour so I am really glad I did it. Right at the end though, this guy clearly high on crystal meth or something started to get aggressive with our guide, and it didn’t seem to bother him that there were 50 people plus on this tour! It was tense for a few ...
... We didn't even make it around to see all of them. We walked another 1/4 a mile or so to the Japanese Garden. We did not realize this cost money but decided to go in because we were already there. The Japanese Garden was cool to see but not worth $20. Save your money for Voodoo Donuts.
At this point, it was afternoon and we were getting hungry. We started walking back towards the hotel ...