Rosewood Hotel Georgia
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Today we made all of Jeff's dreams come true when we spent several hours trawling around a certain street. Yes, we were off to Robson street for brunch and some shopping. Jeff was in Robson heaven. Much giggling and "I love this street" ensued.
Found a shop selling caramel coated apples with everything imaginable stuck to them and in all …
Breakky at the hotel today. Yummy poached eggs despite them having the usual fluro yellow yolks. What is with that? Egg yolks here are so yellow... I'm talking Chernobyl yellow... yet cheese is orange. Weird, weird, weird!
Caught the train to Waterfront station and jumped on the shuttle to Capilano. The bus driver was very humorous, …
Sussed out our plan of attack for the next few days and then got a complimentary lift in the hotel car (a Bentley no less!) over to Granville island. Super impressed with this hotel so far. Only hotel I've stayed at that has a car, let alone a Bentley, on standby at the disposal of the guests - all for free! Jim, the driver was also very friendly …
Up at 6am (groan), showered and remaining packing done by 8am and down to breakfast.
Another amazing meal. They really spoil you at this B&B. Wish we had more time here. More hummingbirds flitting around during breakfast - bliss!
A thick elastic band from the kitchen fixed my polarising filter issue - yay (really, is there …
... brutally tortured and finally executed along with another priest, an American Franciscan who had recently just arrived in the country, and a dozen leaders of the peasant (campesino) movement. I wrote about Ivan - http://pedagogicalpilgrim.com/?p=73 It was this elder Mel Zelaya who directed the torture and the murder of Ivan and the others.
For the younger Mel Zelaya, now a President of the country, by virtue of the politics of the nation and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility