Week Thirty-Seven

I only did a few tourist things this week. One was a visit to the Police Museum which turned out to be a very interesting, if small, floor of the old Coroner’s Court Building. Included on site are the city’s original morgue and autopsy laboratory, which includes the forensic table where Errol Flynn was declared dead.

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I also visited the Marine Building, which has some of the most beautiful Art Deco style architecture I’ve ever seen.

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And that actually concludes my time in Canada. I have decided to go home a few months earlier than planned, so this will be my last blog post from Vancouver. I have had a fabulous time and I hope that all of you who have been reading and commenting have enjoyed hearing what I’ve been up to and looking at the pictures. I’ve quite got into the habit of always carrying my camera with me now, so I expect I shall keep this blog going to post my continuing adventures, wherever they may be.

Till next time…

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