We walked down to Gastown today.
Gastown is an old town area with Victorian-style buildings.
This area was just a 30 minute walk from our apartment.
Unfortunately, we had to walk again as the elevators are still not working!
There isn’t really anything to do, as such, but it’s a great place to wamder around and peruse the architecture.
‘Gassy Jack’ – The founder of Gastown – From Hull, England
In Gastown, there are many ‘hipster’ coffee shops to visit, so we had to give one a go.
The first we went to didn’t do a normal sized cappucino, only a small (again, for some reason!), so we moved on.
We almost didn’t bother, but then find a place called Buro.
The service wasn’t great, but when our drinks were presented to us, they looked phenomenal!
Unfortunely, that was where the amazement stopped.
Curtis’ cappuccino had an odd taste and Kim’s hot chocolate even more so.
We were not impressed, and it was expensive!
The main attraction of this area is the steam clock.
One of just 3 in the world, this clock is ran by steam, but also had a special feature;
As seen in the video (ignore the man), the clock strikes and puffs out steam, making it make chime sounds! A prettu awesome invention. More people should have these in their homes.
We came home and watched some TV and then Curtis had hockey to watch.
We ordered pizza after the 2nd intermission, from Domino’s, and Kim went to collect it.
Whilst she was out, Curtis greeted the host of our apartment who was dropping off some spare bed sheets and a towel for our special guest on Wednesday!
We ate our pizza – Curtis’ was tasty but Kim’s wasn’t great – and watched more TV.
We ended the night with some more black mirror. We still aren’t sure what’s going on, but it’s good.
Mr & Mrs Hale