If you wanted to visit Victoria and Vancouver you could take the Victoria Clipper (https://www.clippervacations.com) from Seattle, float plane (https://www.harbourair.com) or ferry (https://www.bcferries.com) to Vancouver then take the train (https://www.amtrak.com/alternative-to-buses-seattle-vancouver-trains) back to Seattle from Vancouver or do the trip in reverse.From your listed location I assume you would fly into Vancouver BC. You can use the SkyTrain to get pretty close to The Canadian. Canada Line to the end - Waterfront Station. Then switch to Expo Line to Granville Station. Walk to the Canadian.
If you were going to Victoria I would suggest you fly into Seattle and then research Float/Sea Planes from Seattle to Victoria.
One parking spot allocated for free at the Vancouver resort. No fees either at Victoria or Cascade lodge.I have been to three Canadian WM's and I liked them all. Vancouver was fun but it is a really big city. The Vancouver unit was smaller than other WM resorts and we paid to park. Victoria was better because you can walk to the small downtown and drive to many cool places. This resort is in a harbor so there is alot to see from the room. Whistler was really fun because Whistler Village is just a fun place. I wouldn't do an entire week here. We did three days after a week in Vancouver.
I had to park in the first floor area by the entry because of the height restriction is what I think I remember. I have a lift and oversized tires on my Black Beauty. I thought we paid about $15 a night to park here but I could be mixing this up with the Camlin.I have had no problems parking my Silverado Crew Cab at Vancouver or Victoria. Though I have to take my Kayaks off the top of the Cab.
We did enjoy Vancouver and found that the homeless problem wasn't as noticeable as in San Francisco or Seattle. We like Victoria and Whistler better than Vancouver but for a large city its hard to beat Vancouver, imo.That makes sense, but misled others to thinking parking fees applied. Hope you enjoyed the trip.
Geist have you gone to Deep Cove to put your kayaks on the Indian Arm? It is stunning and only around 30 minutes from the WM downtown. I couldn't believe I'd never been there before. Just as beautiful as the Sunshine Coast without the aggravation of ferries. Of course some like the remoteness of the Sunshine Coast but I would feel trapped if I needed a ferry to get anywhere.
Your writing got covered but if you said you can walk to it you are lucky. Nice photo. I will have to google quarry rock now. We were lucky and went on a week day. We have an inflatable kayak so don't need to rent.
Damn now I have to go back again and check out some of these places mentioned in this blog