Accent Inn Burnaby
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... swooped down, recovering by pulling the
stick back again. Just as my children used to say, “again!” when I would throw
them up in the air and catch them as babies, I asked if we still had enough
altitude to practice that one again! He
taught me how to estimate our height above ground level without looking at
altimeter, just by judging the size of the objects on the ground. When we
landed I was so excited again and very thankful that I didn’t quit ...
... i know right, i thought he did this last week, but apparently the vet wanted to try a medication first to see if it would help. But nedless to say it wasnt working it finally came the time that it needed to be done. :-(
I got to read your blog today and look at the wonderful pictures from Athina.
Well its almost time to go, so i will be back again tomorrow ! ...
Nigel has been going on about how amazing Vancouver is for some time before our trip. I was a little sceptical following on from our visit to Toronto ( Nigel was rather polite about Toronto certainly more than I would have been had I written the blog!!). Anyway turns out he was right, it is a beautiful city surrounded by snow capped mountains rolling down to crystal clear waters with an array of wildlife. The sunny warm weather certainly helps but the ...
... plants for food and medicine - just amazing. We then went on to Fairbanks, the second biggest town in Alaska. En route we had morning tea at Chicken with a population of 3 in winter and 15 in summer! Lunch at Fast Eddy's in Tok; afternoon tea at Rika's Roadhouse; and we fitted in dinner as well at Soapy Smith's, named after an infamous gold seekers. The owner shared his gold mining family's ancestry (not Soapy's) with us and he was so proud. Fairbanks has ...
... the suspension bridge I suffered some serious vertigo. My knees got weak as we were pretty high up, walking in the canopies, but I have no doubt the breath taking beauty had some part to play.
Later on, Maud and I cooked up a serious feast of pasta Bolognese and fresh tomato salad with mozzarella, ready to fuel us for a night in Gas Town (East downtown Vancouver). Fearghus, Maud and I walked to The Cambie, a hostel/bar and met all the people we'd ...