Sandman Signature Hotel Vancouver Airport
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSandman Signature Hotel Vancouver Airport Richmond
Love this hotel. Beds r fabulous. Great corporate rates. Nice restaurants on site. Free shuttle to airport.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Sandman Signature Hotel Vancouver Airport Richmond
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... overhead, and we discovered that at the station where we boarded, the westbound trains divide. So we got out at Aberdeen, re boarded as if going to the waterfront, and got out at our original station. This time we noticed the difference and got on a train actually going to the airport. It didn't take long, and we counted it as a justification of our heading for the airport early!
... be seeing the city life of the Philippines and going to places such as the Ocean Park, a oceanarium, and other cool places after working in Panay
Going to other schools and areas in our community (Coquitlam) to show classes what we are going to be doing, we are also raising funds with things such as:
- Samosa sales
- icecream sales
- bubble tea sales
- Cafe Etico (free trade coffee/tea) ...
... so soaked through that the rain drips off your nose? Yeah that. However, I was having such a good time that I didn't really care. The aquarium was great, probably the best I've been too. We saw a dolphin show, watched a 4D movie (got more water squirted at us) and spent ages walking around looking at the fish, jellyfish, beluga whales (so serene) and everything else that was there. I haven't got any photos of that day I'm afraid. School girl error. I was having too much fun and just ...
... good and has reputedly one of the best Chinese gardens in the world (outside China, of course). However, the route into Chinatown takes you through a rather seedy couple of blocks and by the time we'd picked our way through that, we found Chinatown itself to be really rather downtrodden, especially compared to London's. The Chinese Garden was fearfully expensive - we'll leave that sort of thing for our inevitable trip to China at ...
... and rocky. It has quite a few moderate sized inclines and it goes up and down throughout which I find quite mean. I hate having climbed a ways up to have to go down and back up again!
In 45 minutes or so though, the trees clear and you’re rewarded by having reached the rock... And some stellar views…
After heading back, I have a quick lunch before making my way back to the lower mainland. I meet Laura and Steve for ...