Comfort Inn & Suites Surrey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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You may have seen the story in the news about the big motorbike chase near here yesterday. Apparently, this bad dude was out rardin his motor sickle when he came to the attention of the local constabulary. Picture a high speed chase through the streets of Surrey (BC, not UK). Sirens wailing, lights flashing and iphones briefly recording as they whiz by. The bad guy has a brilliant idea and zooms up to the ...
Rain and snow flurries greeted us this morning when we awoke. We knew that the sunshine of the last few days was not going to last so we booked ourselves onto a food tour of Gastown, the historical hub of downtown Vancouver. We had visited here previously and it was tired and rundown but the Winter Olympics of 2010 was the catalyst for its rejuvenation into the trendy epicentre of design, culture, food and fashion that it is today. We met our tour guide, Brent ...
... br> *aquamarine t-shirt
*blue and green REI dress
*khaki capri pants (they're almost full pants because I'm so short unless I roll them up a little)
*black and blue swim trunks
*grey REI skirt (the love of my life)
*black cargo shorts
*two pairs of black capri leggings to go under the skirt and my dress
*brown and organ skirt
*brown capri pants (not pictured - i'm wearing them ...
We start with organizing our plans in these categories (underlined means I have yet to decide or needs work)
A Packing the car
B Planning the route
C Our bucket list
E Tasks before we leave
A 1. Picnic baskets:
I bought a set of picnic baskets on ebay. One has a insulated liner. I think I will use this to carry food to a picnic ...
... for me – Anna and Aussie Steve brought us here our first night in our Vancouver sharehouse.
Chill Winston’s bright red outdoor umbrellas occupy the large space across the cobblestoned way from Gassy Jack (his statue, anyway) – for whom the area is named. Gastown is touristy but endearing. The buildings are old. Old-style lamps line the streets. Which are cobbled. It’s my favourite place for nightlife.