West Coast Suites at UBC
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... about due to the popularity of the walk and the increasing number of conflicts/collisions between cyclists and walkers. Today there were lots of cyclists and walkers utilising these paths and the system works well.
Stanley Park itself is the city's 1000 acre greenspace with gardens, beaches, lakes and hiking trails through over 500,000 cedar, fir and hemlock trees. It also houses totems, restaurants, miniature railway, ...
... are allowed to bloom. I could try to explain what Servants stands for, but their website says it all. So look it up!
In Vancouver, the Servants’s homes are located in the Downtown Eastside, and consists of community members who desire to be intentional and prayerful in the neighborhood, targeting issues of isolation, hopelessness and despair. It is not so much a service, but more a home-like structure ...
... in the middle of the arena and there was a roaming camera catching all the spectator action especially the young kids teams who had come to watch or play. Sadly they lost by 2 goal but was good to see a game.
Tues 30th Oct
Weather was great so decided to sight ...
... e-mail me which given on line banking seems perverse!
So off I set -by now having totally sorted the transit and bus systems- to rendevue with my guide-Mannie.
Well two hours of fun and entertainment were promised and more than achieved . Barbara visiting her son and grandson from Aus and I teamed up and she like me decided the taste of fruit juices or wine had to be the latter even if it was 10.30 AM! This was followed by fish cakes and fennel and apple salad before we ...
... Our destination that evening was a beachside resort in the (very) small town of La Push, on the Quillaeute Reservation.
On the way to La Push we drove through Forks, another small town on the normally dark and rainy Olympic peninsula. I had never heard of Forks, Washington, but apparently I have been living under a rock somewhere as Forks is the setting for the internationally famous vampire trilogy Twilight (maybe it’s not even a trilogy, I haven’t kept ...