Monday, February 12, 2007
It was a cloudy, drizzly day in Vancouver today so we hopped on the Skytrain and rode it to the end of the line. It was a fun, crazy thing to do but a cool way to see a glimpse of the city. This was a suggestion from Stacey Julian's U R Cre8ive class last year - and for the second time (the first was in Taiwan), we rode the rails. I think we might add this to our list of must-dos in every city that we visit, like Tyler and Mel. I'll tell you what we did this morning in another post.
Telus Science Centre - I remember when this was a pavilion at Expo 86!
And for supper tonight, we went with our dear friends, Paul and Kim, to the Senafir restaurant and had the most delicious supper ever. It was a cross of Moroccan, Mediterranean and Indian foods served as tapenades. We chose the meat for each course and then it came prepared in 3 different ways and was served in little dishes on a board. My favorite was the prawns - in phyllo pastry, in a rice wrap with ginger vinaigrette, and with a curry type sauce. The desserts were amazing too - an assortment which included baklava, poached pear with gorgonzola cream, a chocolate tart, some pastry stacks, and a green apple tart served with pistachio ice cream and a kumquat crown. It was all just amazing!!!