Rosewood Hotel Georgia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRosewood Hotel Georgia Vancouver
Great location for Canada Place, the waterfront and Stanley Park
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... away with more than your one carry-on.
I waited to eat on the plane - which was a mistake. I love you United, but the concept of a Cobb Salad wrap with black olives was just not working for me. And my fallback for food was Pringles or Chex mix (Pick the best of least desirable options). This is my weirdness - I felt bad because the attendant felt bad that the other options were sold out. This makes no ...
... longer today. There was quite a lot of traffic, partly due to a Jazz Festival on Georgia Rd, the road we were coming in on. It was a good time in other ways though as we discovered when we arrived at the hotel. The YWCA was across the road from the stadium and as we got out of the car we heard great cheering. We discovered Canada was playing Switzerland in the quarters of the FIFA Women's Soccer World Cup and Canada had just scored. After the game we joined the ...
... unscathed, but the photo was a bit blurred.
Back to the hotel and after a quick freshen up we found ourselves again walking back to meet Rhys and going out for dinner. We have done so much walking while in Vancouver. I wish I had a pedometer so I could add it up. The old legs and feet are a bit sore, and I am starting to get blisters, but we have to keep going as our days here are numbered, and we want to see and do as much as ...
... to Earls just down the road, most restaurants close by were Asian cuisine, not Tabitha's favourite choice. So Earls is good with its normal English/American food. With a good bite to eat we headed back to the hostel to prepare for tonight. We had got tickets to a Vancouver giants game, a western hockey league team. They were playing the Tri-City Americas, unfortunately lost 3-0. Such a good sport to watch though, more impressive ...
... on and dropped the car at Thrifty. No more driving on the other side of the road. Lets hope I remember what side I should be on when I get home.
Our last two days in Vancouver were spent going in different directions. Yesterday I walked across the Granville Bridge and down to Granville Island. There were a lot of Homeless folk along Granville Street, not as many as we saw on West Pender though. It is quite a problem here in Vancouver ...