Accent Inn Vancouver Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAccent Inn Vancouver Airport Richmond
As always, good value, quiet and convenient; and I love the rubber ducks in the room !
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Excited to embark on the adventure! Destination: Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Duration: 1 month
I will be staying overnight in Beijing and hopefully venturing out to see the Forbidden City---we'll see if I make it out or end up curled in the fetal position from fatigue at the hotel (that's right I booked an actual hotel rather than sleeping in a corner in the airport---my standards/tolerance must be changing!). Also a possibility is me ...
... members, which means we get a few fun extras, like snacks and drinks in one of the lounges before dinner and free internet access. Of course, I'm on vacation so I hope to use the latter as little as possible :) The first night of the cruise is always interesting because we get to meet our dinner companions. As part of our cruise experience, we like to choose what Princess ...
... nimble lane changes later we were on the principle Highway 1 en route to Chiiliwack (just love the name)
The roads very easy to drive on, the size of the cards and lorries were forever huge beasts and reminded me of the phrase the Avis guy used when describing our small SUV. The journey from Vancouver to Osoyoos was scheduled to take us 5 hrs, so not an insignificant drive, especially as ...
... him, and it felt like the day had sort of come full circle at that point. Mind you, on the way back to the hotel we managed to miss our stop twice so maybe all of that wine made us a little too dozy. Either way, for a day of packing and lugging stuff around and relying on transit, it was pretty darn good. I'll be keeping this blog going as frequently as I can while I'm away (I'd say daily but I hate making promises I can't be sure I'll keep), so check back if you feel so ...
... part of the temperate rainforest that stretches from Alaska to Northern California. Lynn Canyon is filled with second growth, though still impressive, Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedars. The suspension bridge is much smaller than the popular Capilano Suspension Bridge, though still impressive and free.There are in fact, several trails in Lynn Canyon Park. The Twin Falls Loop Trail is a ...