The Kingston Hotel Bed & Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Kingston Hotel Bed & Breakfast Vancouver
Lovely, very clean room. European style with sink, wardrobe, bathroom slippers and a shower cap and makeup removal towlettes and towels! Nice but bathrooms outside. One sauna shower room. Wifi signal is off and on so annoying. But, nice for the price with breakfast of bagels/toast, tea/coffee, fruit, and orange juice in morning. Parking is around the corner at Westin Hotel.
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Dear family, dear friends, dear strangers: Today is the last day here in the Kingston Hotel and the city of Vancouver - later today the flight departs to South America, to the capital of Columbia (Bogota)! It's great being in Vancouver, but now the time is just about right to continue to new, unexplored territories of the southern part of our world …
The lobster remains elusive! We ended up at a Vietnamese place where they served food in massive big bowls, Howard had seafood (naturally) and I had chicken with salad on noodles all in one bowl - yummy. Then we bought ice creams from the 7/11. Mine was chocolate and peanut butter - delicious. The peanut butter ran through the chocolate in two ribbons.
We had breakfast in our room at a fast ...
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