Sandman Signature Hotel Vancouver Airport
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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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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I am proud to say I have finished my seven weeks of rehearsal!! Thinking back to the beginning of rehearsals when I was scared to do a simple "bunny hop" lift with a boy to now being thrown around like crazy and sometimes being the first girl to try certain lifts is definitely what I am most proud of personally.
Our last week of rehearsal was …
This morning we had breakfast at the hotel restaurant and then got on the road around 11:15. We stopped and got some fuel in Kamloops before we left. We decided to go via the Okanagan Valley after Dylan had been talking to some guys at our hotel in Kamloops last night and they suggested it.
The focus of the Okanagan Valley is the 135km …
... br> The bus took it into Union Station in the downtown area of Toronto, we sourced out what we had to do and where we had to go to get on the train at 2300..So we checked our baggage and went off to seek some food. We had hours to kill so Kaff went off and did her thing and I sat in the Irish Pub watching Poker on TV, at least this place had cider on tap, it wasnt the best cider but better than none.
Back at the railway station we were allowed in the business ...
Here we sit in the lounge awaiting our flight to LAX. We've been through Canadian passport control, the passenger screening, and US customs. Because, the first Canadian guy did not stamp Lee's boarding pass, she had to go through the full screening and pat down. At the GOES ...
... I spent many a sleepless night stressing about the prospect of running out of money and having to go home. Here, my qualifications meant nothing. My work experience meant nothing. I felt useless. I felt stupid. I felt like a failure.
My saving grace came in the form of a phone call from the most Western point of Vancouver. On a peninsula out by the ocean. The endowment lands. UBC. The University of British Columbia.
On the other end ...