Travelodge Vancouver Lion's Gate
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The traditional weather of rain in Vancouver did not disappoint in the slightest, but that did not hinder us from getting out and seeing the city. Our first stop was the Capilano Suspension Bridge
which is a simple suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River. The current bridge is 140 metres long and 70 metres above the river. Once across the …
... stops on the way to break it up which was nice.
The first stop of the day was Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. The Buffalo Jump was near the Alberta-Montana Border. It's where the local Native tribes would perform their annual Buffalo hunt. It ...
... verified it....as did my many samplings. Fortunately Steve took a night off and we went out for some drinks. I remember most of the night...I think. Lyna found me passed out on her couch in full starfish position the next morning....the morning of the Canada-USA game.
All-in-all, a great start to a road trip. Now el Burro and I are off to Portland!
... and he was raised in New Mexico for 20 years until he moved to the Yukon, where he had been staying at a Commune. He was currently in Vancouver working at a soup kitchen for a month. We went to Ivanhoe's pub. Apparently, it is an Irish pub but it didn't feel like that way. It was filled with locals, and it was karaoke night. I sat there talking with Mike about anything and everything and listening to the amateur singing, whilst getting a few menacing stares from some of the locals, ...
We had perfect weather for our walk around and through Stanley Park. Impressed by the orderly nature of Vancouver. Steve's Dad would have been happy sitting and watching the Sea Plane taking off and landing all day.
We sat on the beach and paddled in the cool water.