The Regatta Vancouver Bed and Breakfast
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... so many but I wonder where they go in mid winter when it gets very cold, hopefully there are hostels set up for them to escape the sub zero temperatures.
We wander across town to Yaletown. I don't know why it's called Yaletown, it doesn't seem to have any links with the American university, so maybe everyone here nced used Yale locks in their doors, who knows. It is much the same as Gas Town, the buildings newer perhaps, but otherwise ...
... driving back down to Seattle where our flight was leaving that evening and theirs the next morning. I was able to obtain my vehicle and we were soon back in the garage where we'd began a week ago (this time I had a minivan though and not my beloved Suburban). We began our drive through Vancouver and to Seattle. Traffic was heavier than it had been on the drive up and getting through customs took a bit longer than it had on the way up, but we were soon ...
... amp; a more traditional style restaurant rather than a more modern one and we weren't disappointed. We had delicious spring rolls, fried wantons & fried noodles with prawns, chicken & pork on a sizzling plate. And it was very reasonable too.
Walking in the city is quite weird as you keep hearing what sounds like different loud birds. But it is just the pedestrian lights when they change to green. It is hard to get used to. The other thing we have noticed ...
... cruise ship depart. As I still had about 45 or so minutes I sat in one of the many seafront restaurants with a nice cup of coffee and just watched the scenery.
While sitting here with my coffee and awaiting the sailing of the Noordam a massive big Heron landed on the rocks right in front of me. This of course attracted a number of people and so blocked my view and so I had to just leave the restaurant and go and sit right on the seawall.
Sure enough right at 5pm ...
... we had to go back to the gate so that engineers could come on board and fix one of the fuel pumps. All this meant that we then had to wait while we refuelled. We finally took off just after 12, an hour and a half late. The flight over, the food and service were all very good. They even give you a track suit to change into, and the new chair-beds which let you lie down flat are quite good with plenty of length even for my height. Thank heaven for business class. We arrived an hour late ...
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