West Coast Suites at UBC
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... a little shopping. The clouds were breaking up so I convinced Wen that a bike ride around Stanley Park would be a good idea.
Hired bikes from a store in our apartment and walked them down to the bike path. Yep, Wen was a little tense. Her hands seemed to hover over the brakes for the whole ride which was about 15 kms roundtrip. No falls, no tears, no crashes. Small children, Japanese tourists and random ...
... a taxi cab, as 2000 people were all leaving the ship at the same time. We made our way through with remarkable alacrity and soon found ourselves at the Blue Horizon (our hotel). Jon and Mary had a 24th floor room with a balcony and a stunning view of the harbor and the entire city of Vancouver. Mom and I had a 5th floor room with a view of the parking lot, but it was a very nice room.
Oh well, we hadn’t come here to spend time in our ...
The city has an underground shopping district and like Calgary they have tubes that connect the building so you can walk through the city without going outdoors as it gets up to C-40o in winter. This winter past started in October and finished in April so they were quite over it by the end. We have a new passenger next to us and she lives 2 hours south of Winnipeg so its been interesting talking with her.
We were back on the train for another great ...
... and there was a huge wad of 'stuff' in the engine. Wondered why they had to use so much absorbent and what were they doing? Turns out, the rats or mice had moved in over winter and made a home the size of a basketball! Oh, joy!! Anyway, that was good for new spark plug wires. TG nothing else had been chewed up. But after a rad flush, new hoses, a second auxiliary battery, this, that and the other thing AND a trip to visit Mister Transmission, ...
... really took me under her wing. It was the office’s job, really, to 'sell’ Vancouver to prospective faculty. The other part of that job was to assist staff moving from all over the globe with things like housing, schooling for their kids, spousal employment, moving, places to visit… you name it. What better place than this to land? In this treasure trove of information for every newcomer to Vancouver!! Aka meeeeee!!
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