Comfort Inn & Suites Surrey

8255 166th Street, Surrey, British Columbia, V4N 5R8, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Fleetwood area of Surrey, is near Northview Golf and Country Club, Bear Creek Park Train, Centre for Performing Arts, and Yoho Valley.
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    Vancouver and the Silver Shadow

    A travel blog entry by laurab627 on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... and we soon learned that he leads a very friendly and personable staff and crew as well!

    After our tour we went back to our suites to start unpacking before attending the muster drill. After the drill, we finished unpacking, changed for dinner, and found a spot on the deck aft of the Panorama Lounge for more prosecco and canapés. It was a perfect spot to sit on comfortable couches and chairs, sheltered from the ...

    Introduction to the Americas

    A travel blog entry by sophie1992 on Apr 12, 2014

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    ... it is beautiful and Banff is absolutely worth seeing. We stayed at the YWCA hostel and this time we were pleasantly surprised by how good it was.

    After a few days of unsuccessful wildlife watching, we caught a Greyhound to Edmonton to visit Anna’s friends Pam and Larissa. Edmonton has the biggest shopping mall in North America. Along with hundreds of shops it has an ice rink, rollercoaster, Water Park and a gun range.

    It was good to have some ...

    Last day in Vancouver

    A travel blog entry by hanz712 on Nov 22, 2013

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    ... that was so cool!! The trainers have been using hand signals to teach them to do different tricks such as waving, splashing kids and also leaping out of the water. I found it really fascinating :-)

    After we had finished gong to loads of the talks, our group split up and a couple of us went shopping for Hockey jerseys! I'm so happy in that after 4 years of patiently waiting I finally ...

    N Ice Day Out

    A travel blog entry by lamondg on Nov 14, 2013

    12 photos

    ... 8221; Once again, a few other people have the same plan. We join an all-age crowd to wait for the emergence of the local heroes. At last the music system blares into life and the ice is filled with guys stretching, skating or just dashing about. I note their bulgy uniforms and wonder whether it’s padding, or does the coach cut costs too and get the team meals from across the road?

    Seven o’clock. ...

    Trick or Treat?

    A travel blog entry by lamondg on Oct 31, 2013

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    I don't understand Halloween. It’s really big here in Canada, probably reflecting their symbiotic love/hate relationship with their southern neighbours. I ask some of the locals what Halloween is about and they say "it’s a time for dressing up, trick or treat (if you’re little) and parties (if you’re a bit bigger) eh?" Ah – that’s clear. So – you dress up because it’s Halloween, but it’s ...