Tropicana Suite Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the removal of all the port visit plaques from the forward stairwells. Would you believe that the plaque for Port Angeles was proving to be the most stubborn to remove? IT just hung there for two days, alone, as if to say – not me –I ain’t going!!!
As a foot note to our friends Mike and Jeannie in Port Angeles; yes the two Larrys, Anita and Kathy are on board and we are having the time (laughs) of our lives at the Oval Office ...
... continued as Kevin (a dear family friend even Dad was unaware was coming) emerged, though the highlight was undoubtedly Dad bending the knee and whipping out the engagement ring after 40-odd years of partnership with Mum. The face was sore from all the grinning, honestly.
The remainder of my short time home was spent enjoying quality time with some very special people (seeing the ex at the old office not withstanding), culminating with yet ...
... and Janet brought up the rear with the three older ladies, who were a little slower. Bev and Dorothy from New Zealand and Dawn from Perth. We were through customs by 11.00am and spent the next hour sitting in the embarkation hall. I decided I might as well start the next blog and we found ourselves singing the song 'North to Alaska' At noon they started boarding, moving us row by row. The usual photo taken if you wished, as you boarded the ship and in no time we ...
... away, but unless I decided to walk all the way to the seawall, I probably couldn't get around the parade. So I waited. And watched as group after group walked past us to Canada Place. In the end, I gave up and tried to enjoy myself until my camera battery died. An hour and a half later (I think) the Parade ended and I was able to wade through the people streaming down to Canada Place to get back to the hotel.
Happy Canada Day! ...
... he belongs to called Evo Car Share. The cars are Toyota Prius Hybrids, and the annual fee includes gas, insurance, parking etc. The cars can be picked up and dropped off at different locations and are environmentally friendly. The car we used today was almost brand new with only 1,400 kms on the clock. and he picked it up near his apartment and dropped it off when he went to Zoey’s later that night. It is a good system and it works for ...