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How neat, mariolyn! I've never taken a cruise but one of these days .... Thank you for stopping by and posting a comment.
We left that pier June 10 on Celebrity Century for Alaska.
Hi Ank! Thank you for your nice comment.
Wow, what a sky line. It's beautifull.
Hi mpilnadyful ! I'm glad you know this area. You are right about the weather. The winters here can be quite dismal. A trek to Vancouver .... hummm? Is that a virtual trek or a real trek?
That whole area from Mt Rainier, the Olympic Peninsula, Victoria, Seattle up through and beyond Vancouver - so Stunningly Beautiful. I lived in Seattle for a year - loved summer - spring and fall had their beauty but I did have trouble with winter. The rest of the year more than makes up for it though. Your experiences being there sound wonderful. Thanks for sharing it. Maybe next summer we should all make a jigidi trek to Vancouver.
Beautiful picture, cevas!
Hi Graciela. Thank you for your kind comment.
Hi lyndee. Yes, our weather is very similar to Seattle's. That's another beautiful city!
Oh Yes. I do see two seabuses in the picture. Is it rainy there like Seattle?
Beautiful Vancouver! thanks for posting it!
Hi lyndee. Yes, you can see two seabuses in the picture. The closer one is leaving North Van and the one in front of Canada Place is heading this way. To the right of Canada Place is the Convention Centre. It has a green (brown!) roof so it is basically glass and grass!
Is that the seabus? I have only been to Vancouver once but I remember it as being absoutely beautiful. Would love to revisit some time.
Yes, lyndee, I agree! Thanks for stopping by. I see you are at the top of the chart!
It takes the seabus 12 minutes to cross Burrard Inlet. They are scheduled to connect with the north shore buses. My bus ticket gets me to Lonsdale Quay, across on the seabus and then on a bus or the skytrain in Vancouver.
A beautiful city.