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Granville Island, Vancouver BC
2 Nov

Granville Island, Vancouver BC

Along with this one stop, one of a kind market, Granville Island Vancouver BC is also home to an incredible variety of craftsmen, artisans and just generally amazingly talented people.  You will find hand crafted jewelry, blown glass, old world fudge, woodworkers, welders, painters, potters, carvers, toy makers, breweries and you can even watch authentic First Nation totem poles being carved right in front of you....

burrard street bridge vancouver bc
28 Jul

Bridges Part II – The Burrard Street Bridge

On July 1, 1932 the City of Vancouver and then Mayor Louis D. Taylor opened the Burrard Street Bridge. With one snip of her golden scissors, on that Friday afternoon, the neighbourhoods of Kitsilano were connected to Downtown Vancouver. The beautiful art deco, steel truss bridge had hardly been opened when thousands of walkers and hundreds of cars hurried to cross the bridge for the first time. Much like the Lions Gate Bridge, the Burrard Street Bridge also has plenty to see from its deck.  As a matter of fact, the view...

Historic Gastown
10 Jul

Historic Gastown

The story of Gastown started back in 1867 when a Yorkshire seaman named “Gassy” Jack Deighton arrived to open a saloon.  ...

Stanley Park
23 Jun

Stanley Park

The park is home to thousands of trees, some of which are hundreds of years old and as tall as 250 feet (76.2 meters).  Included in the park are trails, beaches, lakes, play areas, swimming pools, restaurants, a miniature railway and the world renowned Vancouver Aquarium....

Lions Gate Bridge
9 Jun

Bridges of Vancouver Part 1 – Lions Gate Bridge

On a sunny day or a clear evening, the Lions Gate Bridge is an absolutely beautiful bridge and a must see on your visit to Vancouver.    You are able to walk, ride your bike or drive over the bridge.  No matter which direction you’re travelling, there is something to see. ...