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Thanks, Lord Stanley!

Wow!  Stanley Park is beeeeeeeautiful!  And what a perfect day for a walk, too.

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Of course, the funky walk here was a little less inspired than the one in Golden Gate Park, due to the fact that we were way too full on yummy Indian food from the buffet at Salam Bombay.  There is certainly no shortage of international food options here in this lovely, multicultural city.

Thank you, Vancouver for a very nice day.

Thank you, Vancouver for the hotel staff that upgraded our room last night because the first one was under construction and the second one smelled like smoke and cheap cologne.

Thank you, Vancouver for your many modes of public transportation (electric bus, fully-automated "skytrain" and "seabus" ferry).

And, thank you, Vancouver, for being so polite to us.



  1. glad you liked the most beautiful city in the world

  2. Go Canucks GO! Now that's funny. Hope your having fun! The Michalik's

  3. We sure are having fun! Thanks M&S


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