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Old Oct 3rd 2002, 4:51 am
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Question Hotels closest to Vancouver consulate?

Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver consulate? What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday Inn that sorta thing.

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Old Oct 3rd 2002, 2:23 pm
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    > Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver consulate?
    > What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday Inn
    > that sorta thing.

Austrian consulate? Westin BAYSHORE Inn
 
Old Oct 3rd 2002, 3:17 pm
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Try In Vancouver Travel Information. You can search by location,
accommodation, even price range.

http://www.vancouver-bc.com/




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    > In article ,
    > PEACHSTER wrote:
    > > Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver consulate?
    > > What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday Inn
    > > that sorta thing.
    > Austrian consulate? Westin BAYSHORE Inn
 
Old Oct 3rd 2002, 4:02 pm
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PEACHSTER said on 03.10.02:

    > Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver
    > consulate?

Might be helpful to know which consulate you intend to visit, there are
several, you know.

Chris
 
Old Oct 3rd 2002, 4:40 pm
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PEACHSTER wrote:
    > Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver consulate?
    > What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday Inn
    > that sorta thing.

The Chinese consulate?

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Old Oct 3rd 2002, 4:54 pm
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    > PEACHSTER wrote:
    > > Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver consulate?
    > > What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday Inn
    > > that sorta thing.
    > The Chinese consulate?

Nearest one to that would be the Granville Island hotel. There is some
s-t accomodation about the sae distance away. Otherwise on any plave
where the busses take you up/down Granville street.
 
Old Oct 3rd 2002, 7:33 pm
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since this is posted from britishexpats.com, can we assume you are asking
for the British consulate?


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    > Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver consulate?
    > What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday Inn
    > that sorta thing.
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Old Oct 4th 2002, 6:07 am
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PEACHSTER wrote:

    : Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver consulate?
    : What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday Inn
    : that sorta thing.

Several others pointed out that you dodn't indicate WHICH consulate you
want (there are dozens of them), but nearly all of them are located in the
central business district and are an easy walk from any of the major
downtown hotels. The major exception is the Chinese consulate which is in
the South Granville area, and there are a handful of others scattered
around the city and suburbs.
 
Old Oct 4th 2002, 10:39 am
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Default Re: Hotels closest to Vancouver consulate?

Originally posted by G:
PEACHSTER wrote:

    : Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver consulate?
    : What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday Inn
    : that sorta thing.

Several others pointed out that you dodn't indicate WHICH consulate you
want (there are dozens of them), but nearly all of them are located in the
central business district and are an easy walk from any of the major
downtown hotels. The major exception is the Chinese consulate which is in
the South Granville area, and there are a handful of others scattered
around the city and suburbs.

Ahhhh I already stated WHICH consulate I am talkin about.


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Old Oct 4th 2002, 1:52 pm
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PEACHSTER said on 04.10.02:

    >> Several others pointed out that you dodn't indicate WHICH consulate
    >> you
    >> want (there are dozens of them), but nearly all of them are located

    > Ahhhh I already stated WHICH consulate I am talkin about.

You didn't, not in this thread anyway. But if you don't actually need
advice and just want to troll, that's fine, too. A killfile is sooo easy
to maintain ;-)

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Old Oct 4th 2002, 8:53 pm
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    > Originally posted by G:
    > > PEACHSTER wrote:
    > >
    > > : Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver
    > > : consulate?
    > > : What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday
    > > : Inn
    > > : that sorta thing.
    > >
    > > Several others pointed out that you dodn't indicate WHICH consulate
    > > you
    > > want (there are dozens of them), but nearly all of them are located in
    > > the
    > > central business district and are an easy walk from any of the major
    > > downtown hotels. The major exception is the Chinese consulate which
    > > is in
    > > the South Granville area, and there are a handful of others scattered
    > > around the city and suburbs.
    > >
    > Ahhhh I already stated WHICH consulate I am talkin about.

So which one? I don't see another message from you in this thread.

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Old Oct 4th 2002, 9:04 pm
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PEACHSTER wrote:
    >>> Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver consulate?
    >>> What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday Inn
    >>> that sorta thing.
    >> Several others pointed out that you dodn't indicate WHICH consulate you
    >> want (there are dozens of them), but nearly all of them are located in
    >> the central business district and are an easy walk from any of the major
    >> downtown hotels. The major exception is the Chinese consulate which is
    >> in the South Granville area, and there are a handful of others scattered
    >> around the city and suburbs.
    > Ahhhh I already stated WHICH consulate I am talkin about.

You have to actually type it into a message before people will be able to
know. You can't just speak it toward the computer.

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Old Oct 5th 2002, 6:40 am
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Default Re: Hotels closest to Vancouver consulate?

Originally posted by Miguel Cruz:
PEACHSTER wrote:
    >>> Could someone give a list of Hotels closest to the Vancouver consulate?
    >>> What I am looking for is a nice hotel to stay in like the Holiday Inn
    >>> that sorta thing.
    >> Several others pointed out that you dodn't indicate WHICH consulate you
    >> want (there are dozens of them), but nearly all of them are located in
    >> the central business district and are an easy walk from any of the major
    >> downtown hotels. The major exception is the Chinese consulate which is
    >> in the South Granville area, and there are a handful of others scattered
    >> around the city and suburbs.
    > Ahhhh I already stated WHICH consulate I am talkin about.

You have to actually type it into a message before people will be able to
know. You can't just speak it toward the computer.

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So what... no one could check her post history to see what she was talking about. You people lazy or just like to flame?

Peachster, sorry can`t be of help in this dept not from the vancouver area myself but behaps some kind person might give you some aid in finding someplaces near the US consulate . Good luck and i hope things go well for you
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Old Oct 6th 2002, 5:09 am
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Default Re: Hotels closest to Vancouver consulate?

Doesnt matter cause I found a hotel that is just a block away. Problem solved.
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