West Coast Suites at UBC
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... in Rolla. We decided to split a shake. Kamie chose Salted Carmel Pretzel. The waitress said it was heaven. It was cold, creamy, salty, sweet, goodness. We arrived at the St Louis Airport and for the first time that I can ever remember the long term parking lot was completely full. We had to wait 20 minutes to even get a shuttle to the terminal. Our flight leaving St Louis ...
... Asian investment. The identity of the city is at odds with its growth, though it will no doubt remain one for the outdoorsy types with it's incredible summers and proximity to Whistler. Yoga and healthy living is a city staple and I even found myself namastaying across every cheap yoga program the city had to offer. The controversial medical marijuana laws need not be. Evidence of alcohol and other narcotic abuse is far lower than other cities I've ...
... anyway) so booked an Airbnb apartment one block back from English Bay on leafy Harwood Street.
We were met by our two hosts, Dean and Brian, who welcomed us into their stunningly beautiful apartment filled with light and oozing decadence. Just to give you an idea of how much we were spoilt here in the way of comfort, think of the best spa or ...
... antics of a tug boat. We still don't know what it was doing, but it involved trying to pull something off the dock. It failed - and snapped a nylon line that must have been 75mm thick. Interesting to watch and glad no one was in the line of the snapping rope.
This killed enough time to grab a pizza for dinner on the way back to our apartment. Pizza pie ain't the same here, but we settled on a roast chicken, red pepper and cheese pizza ...
... a place as any for our picnic so out came the blanket and down went the food!
On our way back (by this time Mum was like a pro, off roading and taking corners like Lance Armstrong) we spotted a black squirrel on the path. Black squirrels?! We didn't even know they existed! OK, so it wasn't a bear but still a pretty cool animal spot for the day and very cute!