Langley Hwy Hotel

Address: 20470 88th Avenue, Langley City, British Columbia, V1M 2Y6, Canada | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located in the Willoughby area of Langley City, is near Fort Langley National Historic Site, The Redwoods Golf Course, Canadian Museum of Flight, and Langley Centennial Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Langley City

Grousse Mountain

A travel blog entry by hmetevier2 on Jun 04, 2015

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... the bus to the trolly and the trolly to the hotel. We stopped at the market for dinner supplies for the train. We took the taxi to the amtrack station, where we waited a while. Everyone was very nice. We boarded the train and waited some more. Then off we went with a few traffic stops and the for boarder patrol. They told us to remain seated, people don't listen and were trying to go to the dinning cart which is closed during inspection. ...

Whistler - the biggest ski resort I've seen!

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Apr 13, 2015

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... to be less cold than outside. We paid the fee ($80+ for the 2 of us, at senior rate), then walked in the rain to the Whistler gondola through the village. Now I got a feeling of the village - it reminds me of Disney somehow :-) Store after store of sporting goods; restaurants, boutiques, a fun place!

The peak to peak ride consisted of the half-hour ride up to one of the peaks of Whistler, then another 10-minute ride across to Blackcomb. We ...

Christmas Day

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Dec 25, 2014

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... the Hyatt, which was conveniently located just down the road. We found out when we got to the hotel that Dad was the very first person to book for the brunch, a fact that was not really surprising. It did mean that we were seated at a round table, next to the window with great views. Being early does have its benefits!

The food was delicious, with lots of breakfast-appropriate foods, as well as a carving station and a large assortment ...

Juneau ahoy

A travel blog entry by kishen on Sep 16, 2014

Today we woke up and had breakfast at the main dining room. We had lunch at lido and then went to Juneau. At first we did a bit of shopping and then we went whale watching. We saw so many whales. Then we went to a glacier and had dinner at the cruise and went to bed. They're was a towel ...

Everywhere You Go, always Take The Weather

A travel blog entry by upupnaway on Aug 19, 2014

11 comments, 10 photos

... the First Nation Museum, as well as the Whistler museum which highlights the pioneer, natural and Olympic history and the resort development. We rode the Peak2Peak Gondola, an amazing engineering feat with spectacular views. Back in Vancouver and Julia, Clay and us met up with Elaine and Peter Cobb for dinner at Kobe (the tepanyaki restaurant where Julia works). Very special night and we thoroughly enjoyed the company, the meal and ...