Westward Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... whilst neighbouring passengers provided rolls and side salads. (See Tip 1). NB: the stewardess, despite flirting from Andrew did call him 'Trouble' but did take his advice about Brighton on stayovers. Really! By 7 hours in, boredom had set in and we even resorted to eye-spy something beginning with A! Joined longest queue ever to hand in declaration cards, at Vancouver airport, but good advice from passport control officer re connections to Vancouver itself. ...
... all just be a dream that wasn’t actually true, that this has actually just been a mistake and soon I’ll have to go back to some other place. But it isn’t. All I can say is God is a good Dad. He knows my heart, and desires to draw something out of me that he has planted. The soil here is good. It’s nurturing, gracious, inviting. There is room for grace and conversation, laughter and celebration. Space is provided for growing, for asking questions, ...
... to find some cool leaflets for things to do so might do some of those later on in the week. Stanley park is really nice, amazing what a 20 minute walk down the road can do to your surroundings, instead of seeing people on a different planet im now the one feeling like im on a different planet because there is no dodgers walking around and no one asking me for money. At the far side of the park i walked under the lion gate bridge and could see north vancouver. I ended ...
... swim from 9-10 then fell into bed. The pool is open from 10-midnite for adult swim, the first time I have stayed at a hotel with that arrangement. Shout out to my friend Missy O'Regan as that is one of her favorite expressions! Can't wait to explore this beautiful and interesting city with the kids, Charlie and I loved it when we visited in ...
Well, Saturday I finally made it back up Grouse, this time on a clear day, for the stellar views, the orphaned grizzlies and the lumberjacks. Oh, the lumberjacks. I feel this part of the day is best expressed pictorially: