Rosewood Hotel Georgia
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... give out headphones for the entertainment system until after takeoff! I watched the woman across the way with her own earphones happily watching the movie I was hoping to see as the rest of us were stuck staring at the walls while the refueller did his rather delayed job……..! Tip of the day….bring your own ‘in-ear’ headphones and you have a head start.
The (very full) flight arrived in ...
... off bus. This was not cheap at about £20 each, but was well worth it. The weather was dreadful in the morning, rain far too heavy to go outside, but it eased off by about 11am and we caught the bus and stayed on for the whole tour. We then took the ferry to Granville Island. I would have liked to explore the quaint market type shops for a little longer, but we headed off to Gas Town and Canada ...
... the hotel we discovered the ultimate flying ride "Fly Over" which was a seat moving experience of the views across Canada which zoomed us up and down for 1/2 an hour .By then the room was ready so after a shower we went for another bus around then a walk a little dinner and off to ...
... were all asleep by 9pm, so Maya is pushing 14 hours of sleep. Hana slept 13 hours, and I awoke at 3 for a couple of hours, but very happily went to sleep again. Hana has a cold and sore throat though, unfortunately. We did walk a long way yesterday. Granville Island was great fun. I think the best part was the street entertainer outside though! He was a New Zealander too. Funny. We picked out some ...
... walk in to the first viewing place at base level, then climb on a good path to the base of the major drop, through impressive second-growth forest. There is also a walking track from here that goes up to the top of “The Chief”, but luckily we don’t have time to do it today.
We carry on through the city of Squamish, past “The Chief” and past dual language signs which spelled out the names in English, and also in highly complicated ...