Re: [70ATTENDEES] Water color

Neil Schwartzman <neil.schwartzman@returnpath.net> Wed, 05 December 2007 14:33 UTC

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Subject: Re: [70ATTENDEES] Water color
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On 12/4/07 10:56 PM, "Morgan Sackett" <msackett@verilan.com> wrote:

> Last year the floods were extremely bad.  Most places in Vancouver
> couldn't serve coffee.  This was due to the fact that they used
> regular tap water for the brew, which resulted in more muddy mud.  Go
> get a cheap pack of bottled water for the coffee made in your room
> for the next couple of days.

http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/water/default.asp is advising if one is
immunocompromised it would be a good idea to drink boiled, or boiled
equivalent. 

I do not know it my favourite brand of water is such, but Urban Café, two
blocks from the Marriot and Renaissance on West Hastings has Ice Age*
glacier water for $2/lt. Cheap enough for coffee and tooth brushing and the
like.

They are open now, and stay open until midnight. (There is also over-priced
but very good maple syrup ($12/.5 lt) which makes a good gift, but I
wouldn't suggest brushing one's teeth with it.

* http://www.iceagewater.com/

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Neil Schwartzman
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