Linda Vista Motel

Address: 6488 King George Hwy., Surrey, British Columbia, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located in the Newton area of Surrey, is near Northview Golf and Country Club, Bear Creek Park Train, Morgan Creek Golf Course, and Centre for Performing Arts.
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    Goodbye, van :-(

    A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... transforms at night into one of the main entertainment districts, with plenty of eateries and bars. We found ourselves in the Fish Shack, a large trendy restaurant that was true to its name in selling mainly fish. I had snapper and fries, which was delicious, Chelle had salmon with crab salad, which was also delicious. Happy faces and full bellies all round! We came back to the room, had a quick beer and fell swiftly asleep. A day of exploring Vancouver awaits us tomorrow.

    Survived the plane journey!

    A travel blog entry by weixiao on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... then walked in the rain for about an hour (longer than expected!) The hotel is just right and surrounded by Korean restaurants :) a friendly couple looked after our luggage whilst Isaac ran round in circles at the station, shouting 'no no no!' every time I tried to put him in his pushchair! Huge numbers of very rich Chinese around. Reminds me very much of Beijing at the moment! Looking forward to a full day ...

    Eagle Rescue

    A travel blog entry by eveandgreg on Jul 13, 2014

    7 comments, 7 photos

    ... walked up with her net, and trapped it on the first try.

    A couple of the women who were helping lived nearby and said there was a nest with babies very close to this area. The rescuer thought the eagle was probably a she because of her large size (the females are larger because they have to be able to lay eggs). It turns out there was a log with a large piece of bone and meat tied to it which ...

    Off To The Rockies

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 06, 2014

    9 photos

    ... were boarded first, and they promptly spread themselves out singly at every window. They didn't speak any English, but they got the idea of what was being said to them pretty quickly, and beat a strategic retreat so the rest of us could get on. Pulled out right on time.

    The classic sight of the day was the French train attendant trying to give the emergency lecture in Japanese to a tour group of Koreans. Nobody understood a word of it, but you have to give him 'A' for ...

    Wow now this is a market

    A travel blog entry by stuidon on Jun 04, 2014

    63 photos

    ... came across a store / artist residence, where she makes straw brooms. The store smelt sweet, straw, fantastic. She used dowel, natural tree branches and hockey sticks as handles. Looking at the time we hurried up to the actual Granville Market. Going inside it reminded me of South Melbourne Market, but on a much smaller scale. Probably only 10 isles wide with about 6 stalls per Isle. The first stall we stopped at was Stuart's bakery; loads of Strawberry tarts, ...