Club Intrawest - Vancouver
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClub Intrawest - Vancouver
We had two wonderful studio rooms on the 28th floor. Facilities are top-notch. The location of the hotel is very central and convenient. Check-in was friendly and efficient. We asked the concierge in the Intrawest Members Lounge for restaurant recommendations and she was a wealth of knowledge...leading to a couple of very enjoyable suppers. We used the health club which was well-equipped and well-maintained...enjoying a dip in the small lap pool and a soak in the hot tub. Overall a great place to use as a base from which to explore downtown Vancouver.
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Easy, uneventful flight to Vancouver...though there was some grumbling from the gang (7 of us) as we were up at 4:30 AM and headed to the airport by 5.
Picked up the rental car (avoiding an earnest attempt by the rental agent to 'upsell' us to a bigger car which started out at $800 vs the $200 we'd booked our choice for....by the time he'd …
Today was all about saying 'Goodbyes' and everyone heading off to the four corners of the world (people had come from as far away as England, Denmark and Japan for the wedding).
A big group of us showed up, unannounced, for Sunday brunch at a local cafe in Sechelt. While I'm sure they were happy for the business, the sudden and then …
Today was all about exploring downtown Vancouver by foot. Our two destinations were Chinatown and Gastown...but any interesting sites along the way were fair game. Chinatown (heavily congested in road and sidewalk construction) was interesting...with the highlight being a visit to the Sun Yat-Sen Park, a small oasis of calm (ponds, beautiful rock …
... br> Our Canadian travels started with a hire car as we explored Vancouver Island for a week before taking off for the Rockies in a motorhome (RV as it is known this side of the Atlantic).
Our ‘rig’, (alternative speak for our RV,) was about thirty feet long and its size gave us quite a bit of concern before we started. Needless to say everything turned out fine and Bridget even ended up driving it through the busy streets ...
... understood the urge. Quickly a lady arrived, that took us to a business lounge desk given orders to the lady behind it. "Get reservations. How many waiting before you? I don't care how but reach them". There were 7 minutes to get our suitcases checked. There suddenly we could swipe passports. And they did. In the last minutes. Working together. They filled in the ESTA info and then she pushed us through at business class customs. We ran. Made it to the tax free about ...