Suites At Conference Plaza

438 Seymour Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 6H4, Canada | Hotel

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Day One

A travel blog entry by storyquilter


... in a carryon and a tote bag, and boy was that tote bag heavy. Glad we didn't have to navigate with our bags. Expected to have a long wait to clear customs as there was 3 ships in port. Happily it wasn't as bad as I feared. One of the perks of being Platinum Castaway is that you don't have a port arrival time, and you get boarding group one, so Joy and I were onboard within minutes after clearing customs. Lunched at Parrot Cay, explored a bit ...

Capilano Suspension Bridge

A travel blog entry by ironhide502


... up as people moved along it, some of the oldies were a bit scared and clinging on for life. After a morning around that area we went by the local bus to North Vancouver to Lonsdale Quay and had a beautiful Lunch by the water front. Once fed it was over to Granville Island for markets and final your las meal together as a team, it's been a good adventure and my traveling companions have helped make it a journey to ...

The Artistry of Indigenous Peoples

A travel blog entry by quiltinlady


... 6,781 sf) to C$16.8 million (9br/8ba/11,079 sf). I just can't imagine one family occupying that much space. Traffic was too crazy to attempt any photos, but I sure looked as much as I could.

Once I got on campus, I was struck by these lovely dormitory buildings. Wonder how much studying you'd get done if you lived in one of these places, with those huge floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the water.

I made it to the Museum just in ...

Relaxing (?) in Hawaii then on to Vancouver

A travel blog entry by diannemurray


... way from home, as this has happened before. Because the email account has been frozen, we have to get a code on a completely different medium, namely a mobile phone, as Microsoft don’t think a G-Mail account is independent enough. The phone number we have registered with them is now our son’s number, so we don’t have the relevant phone with us.

Fortunately Dianne works out she can still send a message by Facebook, and Adam is awake at ...

Hitting the Rails

A travel blog entry by marymartha

... around the downtown Vancouver...far more than my legs are used to.

Every ethnic restaurant you can imagine (and some you probably can't) are located within a few blocks of the hotel. Lunch was a grilled Greek pita sandwich eaten while sitting at the bar located by the front window of the restaurant. The food was good and the entertainment value from people watching was even better.

Dinner was at a tiny little place ...


This hotel, located in the Yaletown area of Vancouver, is near Gastown, Harbour Centre Tower: The Lookout!, Harbour Centre, and Steamworks Brewing Company.
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