Grouse Creek Motel
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... good service and a sleep of sorts arriving Vancouver around 6pm, so lost a sight seeing day.
Caught airport train into Downtown Central then walked about 7 blocks (not big blocks) to stretch the legs to get to our hotel.
Just had a Buffalo Burrito at a little place then found another yoghurt mmm.after a walk down the well known Robson street. Very busy and very bright, nice warm 24 deg when we arrived.
... taken back and sat down and just read for a bit! Decided to take on the world and go for a walk to explore found a ice creamery which was really nice and walked back to my peaceful spot while I waited for the bus!!! Hoped on the bus and watched as we drive the sea to sky highway through Squamish and everything was really pretty at night but would love to see it in the daylight now!! Arriving in Vancouver at central ...
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Our ride starts Tuesday afternoon with an orientation session, then we start actually riding on Wednesday morning. So far, the weather here has been beautiful - sunny and warm, and it's supposed to stay that way for the next few days. Everybody is complaining about how terribly hot it is: it's been in the mid to upper 80's but low humidity. We just call it a gorgeous summer day in ...
... on lunch, bagels with peanut butter and jelly, the family continued onto our next port of call, the aquabus onto the Telus World of Science.
Arriving at the dock for the Winter Olympic Village, walking onto the Science World, Matthew's first impression was "It's like Science works in Melbourne, and Questacom in Canberra." Outside display was sustainable living / reduce, reuse, recycle. The biggest thing they were trying to push was installing dual flush ...
... class in every and I literally mean every detail from the restaurant food to the tiniest details of buildings, bridges, pathways, natural looking man made park area with little stony-paved meandering trails (complete with a little salmon stream and waterfall with salmon sculptures jumping in the water) in addition to the natural wooded trails and bridges. The main educational theme of this park was water - conservation and responsible use as well ...