Comfort Inn & Suites Surrey
- 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 ...
... rode the bus back to 17th Ave. and decided to call it a day. One thing that is kind of cool is that when Vancouverites exit the bus, they say "thank you." Like, all of them. And the bus driver will say "you're welcome." I made sure I said it, too. I think it's a nice thing.
Vancouver is lovely. Very scenic with a ton to do. And actually, visiting the ****** area first made everything else look like paradise. We'll see what tomorrow brings!
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 ...
... This is a cruel trick. There is no summit. I’ve been here forever. I was born on this mountain. I have lived on this mountain. I will die on this mountain. I hear a voice calling me through the fog... “Hey! Where did you come from?!?” … I blink, trying to see through the thick grey soup. “Ryan Gosling?!? Is that you?!?!” It’s not, but it’s a bunch of Canadian youths. “We haven’t seen anyone for ...
... The area is quite charming with hanging baskets of flowers everywhere and many pedestrians strolling about enjoying the atmosphere. We were surprised to see the historic Steam Clock (on Cambie and Water Street) built by Raymond Saunders with steam actually spouting out of the top. It is one of only a few in the world and was built to solve the issue of a steam vent in a popular sidewalk. By chance we were there at the moment when it played a little tune. ...