Delta Town & Country Inn

6005 Hwy. 17 at Hwy. 99, Delta, British Columbia, V4K 5B8, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6005 Hwy. 17 at Hwy. 99, Delta, is near International Buddhist Society (Buddhist Temple), Mayfair Lakes Golf and Country Club, London Farm, and London Heritage Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Delta

    Time with the Monk Family

    A travel blog entry by cathiekros on Sep 07, 2014

    4 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Nudes and Riots

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 14, 2014

    4 photos

    A weird and whacky day in a weird and whacky city.

    Wandered downtown to join another free walking tour - this time to Gastown. Gastown is the original part of the city, named after Gassy Jack. He was known as 'Gassy' because of his love for talking, and he had a suburb named after him as he was the first publican in the settlement. Now that just sets the scene for the whole city.

    The tour guide was Ali again, and we headed off only ...

    Rocky Mountaineer

    A travel blog entry by sandyllew on Jun 06, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... astounded at the amount of water that flows in the rivers. Because the snow is melting they are running so fast. Lunch was fabulous again 3 courses!! And then just before we completed our journey the chef had baked oatmeal, raisin and cinnamon cookies to tide us over until dinner time.
    The team on the Mountaineer were exceptional and really lovely young Canadians.
    I am now in Vancouver for 2 nights and then ...

    Day 0

    A travel blog entry by samsonmc on Mar 22, 2014

    ... normal;">flight. An old woman with Dementia comes to talk to me but she can't
    tell me the place she's going to because of her dementia. She also
    tells me all the little things hers naturopath has told her to do to

    Foggy Vancouver

    A travel blog entry by rossport on Oct 19, 2013

    45 photos

    ... pontoon and half on the step luckily the pontoon was not damaged and we managed to get her upright thanks to the crew, an we hobbled away poor thing was battered and bruised but not seriously hurt we got a taxi back to the Hotel and checked out her war wounds luckily only bruising that was to last till we got home.

    Sadly the day has arrived that we must say good bye to this beautiful city some people would of moaned and groaned at the fact that it was foggy every ...