Langley City Travelodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a little further afield to Capilano so we took the free shuttle bus across Lion Gate Bridge to North Vancouver. I wasn't brave enough to venture across the suspension bridge - too many tourists causing WAY too much swaying for me, but the gardens and forest are magnificent and sitting in the warm sunshine was very relaxing. Back to our hotel for some down time before we head out to dinner with ...
... was beginning and we quickly joined the small group that was forming on the ramp in front of several totem poles and other wood carvings. We learned that the term totem pole was a misnomer given by explorers, and like many of the native traditions, was misnamed and misunderstood. The poles were typically used as support for homes and were decorated to tell stories about the clan and area. Also lining the ramp were ...
Today I woke up at 4 am to drive to Vancouver Airport. This whole day was travelling. When we finally arrived in Montréal, we got lost in the residence and couldn't find our room for half and hour. We finally fell asleep at 2am in a hot, humid, tiny university dorm ...
... line would be empty, but we managed two side-facing seats near the driver. Back at the park, there was no-one waiting at the bus shelter, but two people ran to the bus just as it was leaving the parking area. Later two enormous people got on, the woman finding a seat, but the man forced to stand. There was a spare seat between us, and the man looked longingly at it, but there was no way, even if two seats were vacant. The young man sitting across from Dianne was giving ...
... of regular gasoline is US$1.48 per gallon which translates at 90¢ Canadian to the US dollar to 43¢ per litre. Aargh!
I proved that taking four ibuprofen at a time cures sore knees and toes. Thanks for the supply Bill!
I discovered that putting a couple of drops of rubbing alcohol in ears that are plugged with water gets rid of the water ...