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Roy Hughes

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A  January 15, 2015

Vancouver: Place for a senior couple to stay near Stanley Park?

Consider the Sylvia Hotel - very old world and right across from Enlish Bay and short walk into Stanley Park. Good reviews on Yelp too. See More

A  January 15, 2015

Vancouver: Spontaneous trip to Vancouver for 4 days, where to stay and what to do?

If you are traveling alone, a very central, low cost location is the YWCA. If you are a student it is $61/night for a single room. Lots of restaurants, shows and night clubs within a four to five block area. See More

A  September 24, 2014

Vancouver: Do we need proof of onward travel flying into Canada?

Make sure you have the name, address and phone number of the people you will be staying with.   The boarder services may not even ask to see a return ticket. But be ready with a definite plan for your return via The US - not a wishy washy not sure what we are doing yet.... See More

Q  September 22, 2014

Doha: I am Canadian. Do I need a visa to visit Qatar?

I plan to stay 25 days. See More

A  July 10, 2014

Vancouver: Best place to exchange currency

For a day trip, just use your credit card - much easier but you will pay about a 2.5% exchange fee on you card. Most stores or restaurants will accept US currency. See More

A  May 31, 2014

Tofino: How do we get from Vancouver City to Tofino in August?

if you drive, it is about 250 km from Vancouver to Tofino​, including a ferry ride from Horseshoe Bay to Nanaimo​. It is a very scenic drive and there are interesting things to see along the way in Naniamo,  Parksville​, Qualicum... See More

A  March 07, 2014

Seattle: Visiting Seattle and Vancouver in March

The weather in Vancouver & Seattle​ is very similar - by end of March should be in the 50'sF. It could be beautiful and sunny or raining. Either way, there is lots to see and do - if raining concentrate on indoor activities.... See More

A  February 21, 2014

Vancouver: What's the best dog and kids friendly hotel in Vancouver?

Most hotels have a few dog friendly rooms.  however, you will pay an extra cleaning fee - $25 to $50 per visit. Kids are no problem and will usually be free. Unless you particularly want to be right downtown, you can save money and get closer to parks... See More

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