Delta Town & Country Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... by giant Douglas fir trees. Following our long walk we headed back to their house and preparations began for the family dinner. Simon arrived soon after and later James, his wife Amanda and new baby Stella. More catching up with news over an amazing dinner of barbecued fresh sock-eye salmon, something that is not a delicacy here but a seasonal commonplace meal. We had a most enjoyable evening and it was so nice to firmly reconnect the two families. Now it's ...
... of the ladies on the gondola spotted a bear, he was so cute. Looking down at him we think he was only a baby. Tom didn't get his camera out in time so we didn't get a photo of him :-(
After our mountain trip we headed back to the hotel to defrost then went down stairs to have some pre-dinner cocktails then walked to a tapas restaurant called Urban Elements. The food was very nice, I can't remember the name of all the dishes we had but we did have some yam croquettes ...
... day. As we walked round Canada place we saw a huge cruise ship leave as well as several seaplanes taking off and landing. Harrison got befriended by the ladies ast the radio station and managed to wangle a free cardboard boat truck and hat. A sky train back to Robson street was followed by a slice of pizza and a root beer before heading back to the ...
We are getting down to the small but important things as we prepare for our travels. Christine is loving the ability to clear the house and referred to it as a 'cathartic release' to somebody yesterday. As I make multiple trips down to the garbage and recycling bins I ...
... but the photos are pretty blue because of the early hour (it’s still only 8.30am). The massive rock outcrop called The Stawamus Chief comes into view. It towers high above the town of Squamish, is one of the largest granite monoliths in the world, and is a popular hiking and rock climbing destination (and is where Steve's son was nearly killed in a climbing accident). Decide against taking the cable car to the summit, and stop at Shannon Falls Provincial Park, ...