Hallelujah! Vancouver Accomodates All on Day 12

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Crest Realty Westside

by Mike Andruff - Vancouver212228

     Day 12 examines the unique ways in which people are finding accomodation during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Additionally, we meet a busker on Granville Island singing Leonard Cohen's Halleluljah. Here is our presentation from Day 12:

     For more videos from the series, click here.

     Today's Vancouver Sun paper gave Vancouver212228 a shoutout. View the article via this link.

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Am I too late to drive from Florida?  Great win, Canada.  We are sad we lost but the best team won.  :-)

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