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  • VANCOUVER, BC, CANADAWe flew from Logan Airport, Boston to Montreal, leaving home at 3 a.m., and then had a 5-hour layover. We eventually arrived in Vancouver and our hotel, the Auberge, at 5 p.m. The hotel is an 8-minute walk from the Posted by Swenigale in Volendam South Pacific 2023 | Sep 27, 2023
  • Vernon, British ColumbiaAfter 14 months spent with the kids 24 hours a day we much needed a break. Luckily the grandparents were willing to visit us in Mexico again and agreed to watch for the kids for a week! So we started Posted by divatmotoros in towacross | Sep 25, 2023
  • Vancouver, BC It seems a little odd now that I think about it - we went for 2 weeks in Alaska then flew to Canada to get on a cruise to go back to Alaska :) But I had heard Posted by ErinDriver in Making It Count | Sep 19, 2023
  • Day 10 Driving to Whistler After having the Holiday Inn Express breakfast, we went to the nearby Aberdeen Mall. [float=left][img= Posted by Helen K. in Road Trip to Canada 2023 | Sep 17, 2023
  • Sechelt, VancouverOn Thursday morning Matt dropped us off at the bus stop to catch the bus up to Vancouver. It’s about a four hour ride with border crossing. Hans picked us up at the bus station and we continued our journey Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Sep 11, 2023
  • The British Isles & BeyondAfter embarking the Carnival Pride Friday, August 11th, for a cruise of the British Isles, we looked forward to a day at sea to relax before our first port. Rich and I really enjoy the size and decor of Posted by DianeKrapf in 2023 European Travel | Sep 8, 2023
  • Cod Tongues and Other DelicaciesSeafood in Newfoundland was bit more complicated than I expected. In PEI, excellent seafood of any kind was readily available and inexpensive. In Newfoundland, not so much. My priority was lobster. To my surprise/disappointment, the lobster rolls were mic Posted by Caro369 in Newfoundland 2023 | Sep 5, 2023
  • The North Coast and the Avalon PeninsulaIn 1992, the Government of Canada ended indefinitely the commercial cod fishery in Grand Banks off Newfoundland’s east coast. It was a devastating watershed moment in Newfoundland’s history. Being from the Prairies, I’m not sure that I ever really appreci Posted by Caro369 in Newfoundland 2023 | Sep 4, 2023
  • HatárátkelésKora reggel indultunk el Kofiéktól, mert a 10 órás komphoz oda kellett érni időben. Most nem foglaltunk előre jegyet, de volt még hely bőven. Vancouverbe hajóztunk vissza, hogy onnan továbbfolytassuk az utunkat az USAba. Opció lett volna egy másik kompút, Posted by ZsuzsaB in Utazásunk Kanadában | Sep 4, 2023
  • Chasing waterfalls in the rainThe weather forecast for Wednesday stayed stubbornly stuck on DELUGE and turned out to be accurate. In some ways, it was okay that we had a slower start (ie not running out the door at 7:30 to hike a Posted by IronladyTravels in Sea, Sand and Sun | Sep 3, 2023
  • Gander and AviationNewfoundland was a separate country until 1949 (when it joined Canada). I don’t think I really appreciated what a difference this made in the experience and outlook of Newfoundlanders. A prime example is Newfoundland’s unique aviation history. After Wo Posted by Caro369 in Newfoundland 2023 | Sep 1, 2023
  • Mountain, beach and musicWe were up out of the door by 7:30 because we were ranging far afield for today’s adventures. If Monday was hiking the “new”, then Tuesday was the familiar. Our destination was the Aspy Mountains – specifically Sugarloaf Posted by IronladyTravels in Sea, Sand and Sun | Sep 1, 2023
  • The bear went over the mountain The rainy weather on Sunday and the forecasted rain on Wednesday (even more of a deluge) meant we had to do strict prioritizing of our adventuring. We decided that Monday was the day to stay close to our cottage Posted by IronladyTravels in Sea, Sand and Sun | Sep 1, 2023
  • Chased by rainSunday is a day for which it would be incredibly easy to grumble non-stop. It was a long day that didn’t go as planned or as backup planned or as back up to the backup plan. As the chief Posted by IronladyTravels in Sea, Sand and Sun | Sep 1, 2023
  • Land adventures (at the Plowing Match)It was a grey and damp and thus lazy Saturday morning. The kids and Paul slept in. After our usual morning coffee, Cynthia and I snuck in a quick walk in the morning before the rain rolled in. Posted by IronladyTravels in Sea, Sand and Sun | Aug 30, 2023
  • Monday 28 August I’m writing this in Terminal 4 Heathrow. They’ve just announced a Posted by monicamike in Monica and Mike take the train | Aug 29, 2023
  • Canada 🇨🇦 Montreal On the 23rd of July I left the UK again to fly to Montreal for a 7 week trip of Canada starting east in Montreal. I was lucky enough to find out at the airport that British Airways had upgraded Posted by Stereomanic in Round The World 3.0 | Aug 28, 2023
  • Great Northern Peninsula The western coast of Newfoundland is just off the Gulf of St Lawrence. In addition to the rugged beauty of its coastline, Newfoundland is (of course) known for the cod fishery. For hundreds of years, Europeans came to explore and Posted by Caro369 in Newfoundland 2023 | Aug 28, 2023
  • The Bonus DayFriday felt like a bonus day. The original forecast was for cloudy and, well, not great. But the forecast steadily improved as the week progressed and it ended up being a gorgeous beach day. (Daily sand spit Posted by IronladyTravels in Sea, Sand and Sun | Aug 28, 2023
  • Vancouver Island 3. részAhogy egy hete is, most is hétfői nap hagytuk el Rathtrevor Beach-et. Indulás előtt még leürítettük a tartályokat, a kempingben volt erre lehetőség, de fizetős volt. Érmével működött a csatornaszelep, 10 CAD ellenében nyílt ki, rugós volt a fedele, így Posted by ZsuzsaB in Utazásunk Kanadában | Aug 27, 2023
  • NostalgiaThe obligatory morning photos. If Basin Head is my least favourite beach, Panmure Island is one of m Posted by IronladyTravels in Sea, Sand and Sun | Aug 27, 2023
  • Miles of nothingnessThe twitter version – lots of sun, a deserted beach, a 3 hour “hike”, mediocre seafood, another beach. The Instagram version – There is no tiktok version – a Posted by IronladyTravels in Sea, Sand and Sun | Aug 26, 2023
  • Hiking Gros Morne National ParkGros Morne Park is located on the west coast of Newfoundland next to the Gulf of St Lawrence. It is also a UNESCO heritage site due to its intriguing geology. 600 million years ago, the violent collision of the Gondwana Posted by Caro369 in Newfoundland 2023 | Aug 26, 2023
  • We've established a beach headFinally! The skies cleared and we had some beach days! It’s not been terrifically warm (like 20ish degrees) but if you are out of the wind, it feels quite lovely. I was going to bundle the beach days into one Posted by IronladyTravels in Sea, Sand and Sun | Aug 25, 2023
  • Rainy MondaysOne rainy day on vacation isn’t a bad thing. It’s a chance to be lazy, hang out in PJs all day (although that really presumes we dress to impress on beach days), play games, watch movies. Ideally, it should Posted by IronladyTravels in Sea, Sand and Sun | Aug 24, 2023
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