Squamish International Hostel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Beverage Selection
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The view from the top of the Stawamus Chief in Squamish is probably my favourite in the whole world. My mum and I are headed up to Whistler for one night and she's never seen it, so I was keen to take her up there on our way. I was pretty disappointed when my mum told me that a gondola had been added as I worried it would ruin the Chief's natural charm. But we found on arrival they've left the Chief itself fairly untouched and built the "Sea to Sky ...
... br> We made our way to the hotel, the Sheraton Airport, which isn't in the location I had hoped for but felt lucky to have a room. Something called the World Cup booked up all the rooms (even though I booked this 5 months ago!). The hotel is nice enough, but it is sprawling and we are in the far back wing of the hotel.
After checking into our rooms, we headed out to catch the Canada Line (subway) into the city. We ...
... natives: sea otters, porpoises (rescued), white sided dolphins (rescued) and beluga (captive bred). There was no funny business going on with the sea otters here but one of them to a bit of a dislike to Jan. He was making a noise that was clearly irritating the otter - there were a number of death stares, Hissing and gnashing of teeth in Jan's general direction.
They also have a 4D theatre where we saw a short film of sea dinosaurs in 3D ...
... are off to Grouse MTN for a snowboard and stay up there for dinner tonight . Snow Storm forecast tonight with 20 cms of snow , but the locals tell us it's all good for our journey to Kamloops tomorrow . We are in no hurry, just take our time. Heard news about heat waves in Adelaide and Melbourne , sounds full on , trust everyone is ok. Ok, got to go , talk again soon.... From the crew ...
... to wear back to Seattle when it's freezing cold and snowing in the middle of December (because we all know it always snows right before Christmas, making it as inconvenient as possible to travel). I think all this means is that I am definitely going to be finding someone to give me a ride home from the airport when I get back instead of taking public transit like I've been doing.
At SeaTac, I was randomly selected to enjoy the privileges ...