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Heute Morgen mussten wir erst einmal unsere Meinung über die Freundlichkeit der Kanadier revidieren. Der nette Mensch an der Rezeption erlaubte uns, unser Auto kostenlos auf dem Parkplatz des Hotels bis zum Nachmittag stehen zu lassen und der Busfahrer nahm uns kostenlos mit nach Downtown, weil wir zu schusselig waren, genügend Bargeld für das …
... some of the art district down to the waterfront.
The waterfront has great views of the port with spectacular mountains in the background. Along the waterfront we came across the Olympic torch from the 2010 Winter Olympics plus plenty of grassed areas to enjoy the views. We spent some time walking 'The Canadian
Trail' which provided information about the history of the country.
Ash took us to the ...
... place with bain marie at least 30 different dishes and very reasonable prices.
After we finally checked in, I crashed.
Day two, we walked in to Chinatown again, this time via Hastings Street. A very interesting street, there is a theory that the term skid row came from this area. In the olden days loggers would skid logs down this street to the river for transportation. Poor people lived along there, and ...
... In the end I chose one which I liked best, nice Canadian colours too, red and white! I went to pay and always forget about the tax being added on, which added around $2.50 extra. But I was happy with my purchase.
After walking around for a while, we headed off back to the house as it was almost tea time. It was lovely being in an actual 'home' though, rather than hostels, as we can cook our own meals and just chill when we want too. We cut the food up for our ...
... other meats to add if you wished. I went for the Cheese Burger Poutine, which had Bacon and Beef in it and it was delicious. Poutine had been recommended to me by Goldie back in Seattle and it was a very good recommendation.
The Next morning me a Dom decided that we’d go for a walk along the seafront, past English bay and then onto Stanley Park, a park bigger than Central Park on the edge of Downtown. The walk was really nice, I could definitely see myself living ...
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