Rosewood Hotel Georgia
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... from the ridge line across the Capilano River Canyon. It took almost an act of courage to let go of the railing but in reality holding on made no difference whatsoever. You were literally "out on a ledge" with glass floors to enable you to look into the depths below. It was "rock solid" and we joked that it was an engineering triumph that we would NOT have trusted in China! With a new found relaxed attitude we headed to the suspension bridge. This ...
... 360 graden zicht best een mooi zicht over de stad. Helaas af en toe weer een buitje. Verder nog bij het pleintje geweest waar tijdens de winterspelen van 2010 het olympische vuur brandde.
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A little later than planned the plane arrived at Vancouver airport.The customs procedure (with questions about ebola) went pretty fast. After I picked up my backpack from the luggage ...
... a last minute deal and it was very reasonable. It was lovely inside the rooms, fully self contained room, with a small kitchen and even a bath. It had a gym and indoor spa and sauna as well as a heated 50 metre pool. the staff were very friendly and helpful and they helped me with my luggage and even gave me a complimentary full breakfast.
... waterfront, watching the lights come on as the evening darkened across the bay. Good food, good wine, good music, great evening! What a day.
day 3 in Vancouver
A more leisurely pace for today. Starting with a return visit to Scuzzi's, just had to be done! Then down to the waterfront to collect our bikes for a ride around Stanley Park. Cycle route all the way
so no ...
... Canada with an amputated leg, Coupland's assistant accidentally created his left leg twice, which gave him two of the same legs. This was in 2011 and had this degree of technology existed when Fox died in the 1980s he would have survived the cancer that led to the amputation.
Another gem was the beauty and 'sexy' detergent bottles on exhibition, both real size and scaled up to human size. In the early 2000s he'd bought every different detergent bottle he could find in ...