Comfort Inn & Suites Surrey
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... wonder whether this three-year old take on giving is more universal than we are prepared to admit. Nah – we’re way better than that.
We slip into the morning routine – I drive David to the skytrain, picking up the morning coffees on the way, and then the regular question “what are we going to do today?” Kirsty replies that she has an appointment at 11:00, but that’s all. “I ...
... Barcelona Spain which is the end of our cruise. Tons of Fun has joined us for our trip. Watch to see were he visits in the next five weeks. We just hit London then on to Newcastle where Nick picked us up. They had a pub night but wouldn't take me. They met Nicks very good friend Will and Katie's partner Cris. We are now going to explore. Friday, they left me at home and went to the village to see Nick and Katie's shops.They spent the part of the afternoon walking ...
... smaller than their bodies so they just end up with lost limbs. We were unsure how to respond but he just kept talking so we moved on to discussing a woman who Carol thought was staring at her on an earlier train: I told her there are strange people everywhere and asked if she'd ever taken the Greyhound? Of course then came the story about the decapitation on the Greyhound. It was only after this and three trains passing we didn't want that the bloke said the line wasn't ...
... and turned to Zach to whisper, "is that a band?" He says I'm "such a mom."
Melina was holding up quite well while Diane napped in the stroller so we hoofed it to Gastown, the old town area of Vancouver. Very cute and very touristy, but a fun change of pace from the glitsy modern buildings everywhere else in this city. By the way, can someone tell me why the buildings here seem so new and clean and modern? Was the building boom in the 1970s? Or did ...
... then dropped us at our hotel right in the middle of the city, The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, where we dropped off our bags and we joined a smaller group of 13 fellow travellers to head to Grouse Mountain which towers 1250m above the city and provides easy access ski slopes for the locals. We took the free shuttle to the base of the mountain and the gondola ride (takes 100 passengers and 1 operator) ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool