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John and Maria's Guidebook to Vancouver

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John and Maria's Guidebook to Vancouver

Groceries
Nestors: Dollarton Village (go up Bakerview, term left onto Dollarton Highway and go one block. On the right) Nestors is a great small grocery store. Perfect for getting a few items to get set up. If you are doing a big shop, the prices are likely higher than Safeway and certainly more than Superstore. A nice shopping experience and great selection of fruits, vegetable and most items. Safeway at Parkgate Village 1175 Mount Seymour Road Good for full grocery shop as they have most items you might require during your stay. Prices will be about 10-15% more than Superstore but Superstore is so big that for a few items you will walk so much . Superstore:(333 Seymour Boulevard) Open 7 am to 11pm Great prices. Worth it if doing a big purchase. But so big that it takes a long time to shop. They have an online option where you can oder online and then go and pick up. Pharmacies: Shoppers Drug Mart at Parkgate Village (by Safeway), Safeway Parkgate Village, SuperStore Liquor Store: Best prices at Dollarton Village BC Liquor Store. Small liquor stores: Parkgate Village and Raven Pub. Expensive. DryCleaners: Parkgate
Safeway Parkgate Village
1175 Mt Seymour Rd
Nestors: Dollarton Village (go up Bakerview, term left onto Dollarton Highway and go one block. On the right) Nestors is a great small grocery store. Perfect for getting a few items to get set up. If you are doing a big shop, the prices are likely higher than Safeway and certainly more than Superstore. A nice shopping experience and great selection of fruits, vegetable and most items. Safeway at Parkgate Village 1175 Mount Seymour Road Good for full grocery shop as they have most items you might require during your stay. Prices will be about 10-15% more than Superstore but Superstore is so big that for a few items you will walk so much . Superstore:(333 Seymour Boulevard) Open 7 am to 11pm Great prices. Worth it if doing a big purchase. But so big that it takes a long time to shop. They have an online option where you can oder online and then go and pick up. Pharmacies: Shoppers Drug Mart at Parkgate Village (by Safeway), Safeway Parkgate Village, SuperStore Liquor Store: Best prices at Dollarton Village BC Liquor Store. Small liquor stores: Parkgate Village and Raven Pub. Expensive. DryCleaners: Parkgate
Food scene
In terms of eats and food nearby, you have a few choices. 1.5 Blocks Dollarton Village (5 min walk) Cove Sushi- (http://covesushi.blogspot.com/p/menu.html) in general has great Japanese food and all restaurants have a pretty high bar to get over in order to stay in business. This place is steady and maybe middle of the pack but don't read that to mean its just ok. You will be very happy choosing to either eat in or order. We usually order and just enjoy the view from our place. Decor and ambience is fine but not amazing. Nektars Pizza and Greek Food- (nektars.ca.index.html) Lots of people are big fans of the pizza and their Greek food. Full disclosure is that I haven't eaten in but I have tried their pizza. Scratch Kitchen (www.eatscratchkitchen.com) New look and ownership. Scratch Kitchen is a local Deep Cove joint that’s here to instigate a little fun. Driven by a passion to bring guests a “made from scratch” experience with fresh ingredients, local brews, and a vibe to reawaken an at-times sleepy corner of the city, two Vancouver-based restaurant veterans are joining forces to take a crack at their own venture on the Shore." Menu looks fantastic with healthy choices including pizza and salad and healthy bowls. Nestors Market- A fantastic small grocery store that has virtually everything. I love these types of stores compared to big box. Yes its more expensive and for a big shop choose Costco (20 min drive) or Superstore (8 min drive), but its always a nice experience. The manager is a very friendly and helpful fellow and I know him because one of our daughters worked there during High School. Ask for him and tell him Emily Hodgins dad said good things about him! They have a nice in store bakery, deli, cold cuts, good cheeses, meat section and good supply of organic fruits and vegetables. Note that in Canada we can't buy Alcohol in stores- the good news is that the liquor store is right next door. Impt tip. In Canada we tax alcohol and cigarettes quite high (with free health care if you decide to smoke or drink, the taxes you pay will finance your future health care bills - or thats the theory)so if you like wine, bring couple of bottles per adult (which is the allowable limit) from the US in particular. Its about twice as expensive here. Other than Dollarton Village, the next food choices are in Deep Cove (22 min walk or 5 min drive). I will elaborate on those choices in another post to the guidebook.
Dollarton Village
489 Dollarton Hwy N
In terms of eats and food nearby, you have a few choices. 1.5 Blocks Dollarton Village (5 min walk) Cove Sushi- (http://covesushi.blogspot.com/p/menu.html) in general has great Japanese food and all restaurants have a pretty high bar to get over in order to stay in business. This place is steady and maybe middle of the pack but don't read that to mean its just ok. You will be very happy choosing to either eat in or order. We usually order and just enjoy the view from our place. Decor and ambience is fine but not amazing. Nektars Pizza and Greek Food- (nektars.ca.index.html) Lots of people are big fans of the pizza and their Greek food. Full disclosure is that I haven't eaten in but I have tried their pizza. Scratch Kitchen (www.eatscratchkitchen.com) New look and ownership. Scratch Kitchen is a local Deep Cove joint that’s here to instigate a little fun. Driven by a passion to bring guests a “made from scratch” experience with fresh ingredients, local brews, and a vibe to reawaken an at-times sleepy corner of the city, two Vancouver-based restaurant veterans are joining forces to take a crack at their own venture on the Shore." Menu looks fantastic with healthy choices including pizza and salad and healthy bowls. Nestors Market- A fantastic small grocery store that has virtually everything. I love these types of stores compared to big box. Yes its more expensive and for a big shop choose Costco (20 min drive) or Superstore (8 min drive), but its always a nice experience. The manager is a very friendly and helpful fellow and I know him because one of our daughters worked there during High School. Ask for him and tell him Emily Hodgins dad said good things about him! They have a nice in store bakery, deli, cold cuts, good cheeses, meat section and good supply of organic fruits and vegetables. Note that in Canada we can't buy Alcohol in stores- the good news is that the liquor store is right next door. Impt tip. In Canada we tax alcohol and cigarettes quite high (with free health care if you decide to smoke or drink, the taxes you pay will finance your future health care bills - or thats the theory)so if you like wine, bring couple of bottles per adult (which is the allowable limit) from the US in particular. Its about twice as expensive here. Other than Dollarton Village, the next food choices are in Deep Cove (22 min walk or 5 min drive). I will elaborate on those choices in another post to the guidebook.
Cafés in Deep Cove View map Your SelectionsClear all Cafe Establishment Type Restaurants Coffee & Tea Cuisines & Dishes Asian American Cafe More Dietary Restrictions Vegetarian Friendly Vegan Options Gluten Free Options Price Cheap Eats Mid-range Restaurant features Delivery Jazz Bar Live Music More Good for Bar Scene Business meetings Groups More Sort by: Highest Rating We found great results, but some are outside Deep Cove. Showing results in neighbouring cities. Limit search to Deep Cove. 1. Honey Doughnuts & Goodies 293 reviewsClosed Now Bakeries, Cafe$ Menu 0.3 km North Vancouver “... if you don't care for donuts they have the best scones and healthy muffins!” “We got the avocado eggs benny and a classic honey doughnut and wow were both...” 12 Things To Do In Vancouver Before You Die by Matador Network 2. Cafe Orso 68 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ “Great lunch spot after kayaking” “Hidden Jewel” 3. Bluhouse Market & Cafe 49 reviewsClosed Now Dessert, Cafe$$ - $$$ Menu 0.3 km North Vancouver “... selection of smoothies that are fru...” “The soy chai latte my wife had was deli...” 4. Covert Neighbourhood Cafe 28 reviewsClosed Now Cafe, Canadian$$ - $$$ “Charming surprise!” “Lemonade~~” 5. Bean Around the World-Seymour 19 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$ 2.0 km North Vancouver “Good coffee, welcoming environment” “Lovely coffee, best in North Vancouver,” 6. End Of The Line General Store 36 reviewsOpen Now Canadian, Cafe$ 5.7 km North Vancouver “Great coffee” “Has great coffee (and latte judging by...” 7. Lynn Canyon Cafe 44 reviewsClosed Now Cafe, Canadian$ 5.3 km North Vancouver “Good, quick lunch after a hike” “Great pit stop after a hike” 8. Caffe Divano 28 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$ 6.6 km Burnaby “Delicious coffee and light foo!” “Really Good Lattes and Food” 9. Y2 Cafe 7 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe 5.2 km North Vancouver “friendly, fast and tasty” “Great coffee, great people” 10. Moja Coffee 36 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ 6.6 km North Vancouver “Great coffee and carrot loaf” “Not good” 11. Purebread 419 reviewsClosed Now Bakeries, Cafe$$ - $$$ 12.7 km Vancouver “perfect snack!” “great bakery” The best restaurants in Vancouver right now by Matador Network 12. Cozmos Cafe 46 reviewsOpen Now Canadian, Cafe$$ - $$$ Menu 5.6 km Burnaby “We both ordered the chicken eggs benny - it was delicious.” “Good Eggs Benedict” 13. Thomas Haas 383 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ 11.1 km North Vancouver “Helped by the Big guy himself” “Very hard on the waistline” 14. Bagel Coffee House 2 reviews Cafe 5.7 km Burnaby “Great Selection!” “Fabulous little cafe” 15. Renaissance Coffee 2 reviewsOpen Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe 5.9 km Burnaby “Breakfast and Coffee” “Great Free Trade Organic Coffee” 16. Revolver Coffee 239 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$ 12.7 km Vancouver “Best shot is from a revolver” “Fantastic” Explore Culinary Delights of Vancouver's Gastown by Tourism Vancouver 17. Lift Breakfast Bakery 99 reviews Cafe, Canadian$$ - $$$ 9.6 km North Vancouver “Breakfast Sandwich Heaven” “Probably the best hash in town!” Explore Vancouver's City Views from Lower Lonsdale by Tourism Vancouver 18. Delany's Coffee House 9 reviews Coffee & Tea, Cafe$ 6.5 km North Vancouver “Great coffee house” “Always Great Coffee” 19. Kenaize Cafe 1 review Cafe 6.6 km North Vancouver “Homey hospitality served up with...” 20. Oui Coffee House 24 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ Menu 7.2 km Burnaby “Delicious and cozy” “Brazilian Bakery” 21. S'wich Cafe 24 reviewsClosed Now Quick Bites, Cafe$ Menu 8.0 km North Vancouver “Great atmosphere and food” “Sandwich Shop” 22. The Gray Olive Cafeteria 21 reviewsClosed Now Cafe, Canadian$$ - $$$ Menu 7.0 km Burnaby “Avocado toast enjoyed by 3 of the 7 of...” “The pork belly breakfast sandwich was d...” 23. Andrews on 8th 30 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ 8.7 km North Vancouver “My Local Espresso!” “North Van’s Best Kept Secret!” 24. JJ Bean Coffee Roasters - Park & Tilford 24 reviewsOpen Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ 7.0 km North Vancouver “Delightful coffee shop” “love they have a private meeting room” 25. Stuffies Pastries 3 reviewsClosed Now Cafe, Japanese$ 6.4 km North Vancouver “Nice quick bite” “Mmm good eats breakfast/lunch etc” Order Online 26. Brioche Urban Eatery 262 reviewsClosed Now Italian, Cafe$$ - $$$ Menu 12.7 km Vancouver “Best quiche ever” “My husband had the French toast.” 27. Cafe Medina 1,594 reviewsClosed Now Cafe, Mediterranean$$ - $$$ Menu 13.3 km Vancouver “Delicious and interesting” “Great” Our Ultimate Guide to Vancouver by Jetsetter 28. Small Victory 125 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ Menu 13.8 km Vancouver “Yummy yummy scones” “Everything else is nice too but the almond croissant is the bomb!” 29. Gabi & Jules 31 reviewsOpen Now Bakeries, Cafe$$ - $$$ 8.6 km Port Moody “One of the very best around.” “Pies are amazing” 30. Trees Organic Coffee
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Cafés in Deep Cove View map Your SelectionsClear all Cafe Establishment Type Restaurants Coffee & Tea Cuisines & Dishes Asian American Cafe More Dietary Restrictions Vegetarian Friendly Vegan Options Gluten Free Options Price Cheap Eats Mid-range Restaurant features Delivery Jazz Bar Live Music More Good for Bar Scene Business meetings Groups More Sort by: Highest Rating We found great results, but some are outside Deep Cove. Showing results in neighbouring cities. Limit search to Deep Cove. 1. Honey Doughnuts & Goodies 293 reviewsClosed Now Bakeries, Cafe$ Menu 0.3 km North Vancouver “... if you don't care for donuts they have the best scones and healthy muffins!” “We got the avocado eggs benny and a classic honey doughnut and wow were both...” 12 Things To Do In Vancouver Before You Die by Matador Network 2. Cafe Orso 68 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ “Great lunch spot after kayaking” “Hidden Jewel” 3. Bluhouse Market & Cafe 49 reviewsClosed Now Dessert, Cafe$$ - $$$ Menu 0.3 km North Vancouver “... selection of smoothies that are fru...” “The soy chai latte my wife had was deli...” 4. Covert Neighbourhood Cafe 28 reviewsClosed Now Cafe, Canadian$$ - $$$ “Charming surprise!” “Lemonade~~” 5. Bean Around the World-Seymour 19 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$ 2.0 km North Vancouver “Good coffee, welcoming environment” “Lovely coffee, best in North Vancouver,” 6. End Of The Line General Store 36 reviewsOpen Now Canadian, Cafe$ 5.7 km North Vancouver “Great coffee” “Has great coffee (and latte judging by...” 7. Lynn Canyon Cafe 44 reviewsClosed Now Cafe, Canadian$ 5.3 km North Vancouver “Good, quick lunch after a hike” “Great pit stop after a hike” 8. Caffe Divano 28 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$ 6.6 km Burnaby “Delicious coffee and light foo!” “Really Good Lattes and Food” 9. Y2 Cafe 7 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe 5.2 km North Vancouver “friendly, fast and tasty” “Great coffee, great people” 10. Moja Coffee 36 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ 6.6 km North Vancouver “Great coffee and carrot loaf” “Not good” 11. Purebread 419 reviewsClosed Now Bakeries, Cafe$$ - $$$ 12.7 km Vancouver “perfect snack!” “great bakery” The best restaurants in Vancouver right now by Matador Network 12. Cozmos Cafe 46 reviewsOpen Now Canadian, Cafe$$ - $$$ Menu 5.6 km Burnaby “We both ordered the chicken eggs benny - it was delicious.” “Good Eggs Benedict” 13. Thomas Haas 383 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ 11.1 km North Vancouver “Helped by the Big guy himself” “Very hard on the waistline” 14. Bagel Coffee House 2 reviews Cafe 5.7 km Burnaby “Great Selection!” “Fabulous little cafe” 15. Renaissance Coffee 2 reviewsOpen Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe 5.9 km Burnaby “Breakfast and Coffee” “Great Free Trade Organic Coffee” 16. Revolver Coffee 239 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$ 12.7 km Vancouver “Best shot is from a revolver” “Fantastic” Explore Culinary Delights of Vancouver's Gastown by Tourism Vancouver 17. Lift Breakfast Bakery 99 reviews Cafe, Canadian$$ - $$$ 9.6 km North Vancouver “Breakfast Sandwich Heaven” “Probably the best hash in town!” Explore Vancouver's City Views from Lower Lonsdale by Tourism Vancouver 18. Delany's Coffee House 9 reviews Coffee & Tea, Cafe$ 6.5 km North Vancouver “Great coffee house” “Always Great Coffee” 19. Kenaize Cafe 1 review Cafe 6.6 km North Vancouver “Homey hospitality served up with...” 20. Oui Coffee House 24 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ Menu 7.2 km Burnaby “Delicious and cozy” “Brazilian Bakery” 21. S'wich Cafe 24 reviewsClosed Now Quick Bites, Cafe$ Menu 8.0 km North Vancouver “Great atmosphere and food” “Sandwich Shop” 22. The Gray Olive Cafeteria 21 reviewsClosed Now Cafe, Canadian$$ - $$$ Menu 7.0 km Burnaby “Avocado toast enjoyed by 3 of the 7 of...” “The pork belly breakfast sandwich was d...” 23. Andrews on 8th 30 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ 8.7 km North Vancouver “My Local Espresso!” “North Van’s Best Kept Secret!” 24. JJ Bean Coffee Roasters - Park & Tilford 24 reviewsOpen Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ 7.0 km North Vancouver “Delightful coffee shop” “love they have a private meeting room” 25. Stuffies Pastries 3 reviewsClosed Now Cafe, Japanese$ 6.4 km North Vancouver “Nice quick bite” “Mmm good eats breakfast/lunch etc” Order Online 26. Brioche Urban Eatery 262 reviewsClosed Now Italian, Cafe$$ - $$$ Menu 12.7 km Vancouver “Best quiche ever” “My husband had the French toast.” 27. Cafe Medina 1,594 reviewsClosed Now Cafe, Mediterranean$$ - $$$ Menu 13.3 km Vancouver “Delicious and interesting” “Great” Our Ultimate Guide to Vancouver by Jetsetter 28. Small Victory 125 reviewsClosed Now Coffee & Tea, Cafe$$ - $$$ Menu 13.8 km Vancouver “Yummy yummy scones” “Everything else is nice too but the almond croissant is the bomb!” 29. Gabi & Jules 31 reviewsOpen Now Bakeries, Cafe$$ - $$$ 8.6 km Port Moody “One of the very best around.” “Pies are amazing” 30. Trees Organic Coffee
Sightseeing
Canada Place is where you will always see people and activity. During summer months, the cruise ships dock at Canada Place and they are a beautiful sight in themselves set against the sails of Canada Place and the view towards the North Shore mountains. I really enjoy the film show and experience of Wings over Canada at Canada Place. It’s a film but you are on a seat that moves and sways and you really feel like you are a bird flying over Niagra Falls, an iceberg, a prairie wheat field or the Pacific Ocean.
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Canada Place
999 Canada Pl
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Canada Place is where you will always see people and activity. During summer months, the cruise ships dock at Canada Place and they are a beautiful sight in themselves set against the sails of Canada Place and the view towards the North Shore mountains. I really enjoy the film show and experience of Wings over Canada at Canada Place. It’s a film but you are on a seat that moves and sways and you really feel like you are a bird flying over Niagra Falls, an iceberg, a prairie wheat field or the Pacific Ocean.
Park at Ambleside Beach and walk on Sea Wall to Dundarave Beach and Dundarave Village. This is a pleasant walk on a nice day and the seawall is very scenic with views to the east towards Stanley Park and to the west towards Vancouver Island.
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Ambleside Beach
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Park at Ambleside Beach and walk on Sea Wall to Dundarave Beach and Dundarave Village. This is a pleasant walk on a nice day and the seawall is very scenic with views to the east towards Stanley Park and to the west towards Vancouver Island.
Walk along Seawall from Canada Place to the Sea Place Terminal by Canada Place and on to Coal Harbour Quay. At Coal Harbour you will find Cardero’s Restaurant. Very nice place for a drink or food. Or just peak insde for a quick look. I usual end up scoping out a gelato place around Cardero’s.
Coal Harbour Quay
Walk along Seawall from Canada Place to the Sea Place Terminal by Canada Place and on to Coal Harbour Quay. At Coal Harbour you will find Cardero’s Restaurant. Very nice place for a drink or food. Or just peak insde for a quick look. I usual end up scoping out a gelato place around Cardero’s.
Denman Street – From Cardero’s continue on to Denman Street. This is an interesting street on a nice day. Lots of food options and people watching. Walk south from Georgia St and Denman Street until English Bay. From There, take the Beach Seawall and walk into Stanley Park to the left or along the Beach Seawall towards the Aquatic Centre. From the Aquatic Centre, you can take a Aquabus (tiny passenger ferry) across to Granville Island.
Denman Street
Denman Street – From Cardero’s continue on to Denman Street. This is an interesting street on a nice day. Lots of food options and people watching. Walk south from Georgia St and Denman Street until English Bay. From There, take the Beach Seawall and walk into Stanley Park to the left or along the Beach Seawall towards the Aquatic Centre. From the Aquatic Centre, you can take a Aquabus (tiny passenger ferry) across to Granville Island.
From Cardero’s continue on towards Stanley Park. If the weather is nice, renting bikes from the intersection of Georgia and Denman and take the Seawall around Stanley Park. It is about 6 miles or 10km. You can rent electric bikes to make the distance easy to cover. You can also drive around Stanly Park. Head west in the right lane as you go west on Georgia Street. Take the Stanley Park Exit. You can drive through the park. There are plenty of stops and opportunities to take in the scenic views. The Stanley park Aquarium is a must see attraction if you have time.
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From Cardero’s continue on towards Stanley Park. If the weather is nice, renting bikes from the intersection of Georgia and Denman and take the Seawall around Stanley Park. It is about 6 miles or 10km. You can rent electric bikes to make the distance easy to cover. You can also drive around Stanly Park. Head west in the right lane as you go west on Georgia Street. Take the Stanley Park Exit. You can drive through the park. There are plenty of stops and opportunities to take in the scenic views. The Stanley park Aquarium is a must see attraction if you have time.
Grouse Mountain- Take the gondola for amazing views of the city as long as the clouds aren’t covering the mountain tops. In winter there is skiing and skating. In summer, there is a fantastic lumberjack show which we have always thoroughly enjoyed. Be sure to see the grizzly bears who are in an enclosed natural habitat. I am always amazed by their size and how impressive they are to see up close. Such powerful creatures.
Grouse Mountain Grizzly Bear Habitat
Grouse Mountain- Take the gondola for amazing views of the city as long as the clouds aren’t covering the mountain tops. In winter there is skiing and skating. In summer, there is a fantastic lumberjack show which we have always thoroughly enjoyed. Be sure to see the grizzly bears who are in an enclosed natural habitat. I am always amazed by their size and how impressive they are to see up close. Such powerful creatures.
Science World and False Creek. A great place to go if it rainy and kids enjoy. Science World is an interactive and very popular place to visit for all ages. The area is also close to the Olympic Village which was one of the places that was built to host athletes in the 2010 Olympics. Great walks, food and great for scenery photos.
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Science World at TELUS World of Science
1455 Quebec St
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Science World and False Creek. A great place to go if it rainy and kids enjoy. Science World is an interactive and very popular place to visit for all ages. The area is also close to the Olympic Village which was one of the places that was built to host athletes in the 2010 Olympics. Great walks, food and great for scenery photos.
12. The Shipyards and Lonsdale Market- A great place to buy produce, fish, meats and to get something to eat. It’s a market like a small Granville Island. The Shipyards has ice skating in winter and is pleasant to walk around as is Lower Lonsdale Avenue. Joeys at the Shipyard, Pier 7 and Tap& Barrel Shipyards are great places for food.
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론즈데일 퀘이 마켓
123 Carrie Cates Ct
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12. The Shipyards and Lonsdale Market- A great place to buy produce, fish, meats and to get something to eat. It’s a market like a small Granville Island. The Shipyards has ice skating in winter and is pleasant to walk around as is Lower Lonsdale Avenue. Joeys at the Shipyard, Pier 7 and Tap& Barrel Shipyards are great places for food.
The Shipyards - The Shipyards has ice skating in winter and is pleasant to walk around as is Lower Lonsdale Avenue. Joeys at the Shipyard, Pier 7 and Tap& Barrel Shipyards are great places for food.
The Shipyards
125 Victory Ship Way
The Shipyards - The Shipyards has ice skating in winter and is pleasant to walk around as is Lower Lonsdale Avenue. Joeys at the Shipyard, Pier 7 and Tap& Barrel Shipyards are great places for food.
Lynn Canyon Interpretation Centre and Trails. A local favorite for a mini walk in the woods. There is a free suspension bridge that is well worth seeing.
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Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge
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Lynn Canyon Interpretation Centre and Trails. A local favorite for a mini walk in the woods. There is a free suspension bridge that is well worth seeing.
Capilano Suspension Bridge- Most people enjoy seeing this suspended bridge. For sure will make your legs tingle if you don’t like heights.
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캐필라노 현수교
3735 Capilano Rd
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Capilano Suspension Bridge- Most people enjoy seeing this suspended bridge. For sure will make your legs tingle if you don’t like heights.
Walk around the village of Horseshoe Bay and take ferry to Bowen Island as a foot passenger. The ferry ride is about 25 minutes and is a pleasant short trip to a nearby island. Have a coffee or a bite to eat on Bowen Island and return to Horseshoe Bay. Take Marine Drive in West Vancouver from Horseshoe Bay. Stop at Lighthouse Park and Whytecliff Park.
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Walk around the village of Horseshoe Bay and take ferry to Bowen Island as a foot passenger. The ferry ride is about 25 minutes and is a pleasant short trip to a nearby island. Have a coffee or a bite to eat on Bowen Island and return to Horseshoe Bay. Take Marine Drive in West Vancouver from Horseshoe Bay. Stop at Lighthouse Park and Whytecliff Park.
Cypress is the largest of the the there local ski mountains. There is also nice hiking from Cypress during summer months
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Cypress Mountain Ski Area
6000 Cypress Bowl Rd
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Cypress is the largest of the the there local ski mountains. There is also nice hiking from Cypress during summer months
Lively Gastown is known for its whistling Steam Clock and mix of souvenir shops, indie art galleries and decor stores in Victorian buildings. A trendy food and drink scene includes chic cocktail lounges and restaurants serving everything from gourmet sandwiches to local seafood.
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Gastown Vancouver Steam Clock
305 Water St
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Lively Gastown is known for its whistling Steam Clock and mix of souvenir shops, indie art galleries and decor stores in Victorian buildings. A trendy food and drink scene includes chic cocktail lounges and restaurants serving everything from gourmet sandwiches to local seafood.
Kits Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Vancouver especially in the warm summer months. Located at the north edge of the Kitsilano neighbourhood, the beach faces out on to English Bay. The beach is home to the longest swimming pool in Canada, the salt-water outdoor Kitsilano Pool. Open annually from May to September. This is a great low cost way to spend a day during summer months with Granville Island and many nearby interesting places to add on to a day by the pool. Toward the northern edge of the beach is a playground and a number of beach volleyball courts.
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Kits Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Vancouver especially in the warm summer months. Located at the north edge of the Kitsilano neighbourhood, the beach faces out on to English Bay. The beach is home to the longest swimming pool in Canada, the salt-water outdoor Kitsilano Pool. Open annually from May to September. This is a great low cost way to spend a day during summer months with Granville Island and many nearby interesting places to add on to a day by the pool. Toward the northern edge of the beach is a playground and a number of beach volleyball courts.
Robson Street is packed with stores and restaurants, from Granville Street to Jervis Street. Home to over 100 shops, it's also the epicenter of Downtown Vancouver's shopping district. Within short walking distance of Robson are the department stores The Bay (Hudson Bay Company), Nordstrom and Holt Renfrew, as well as the only mall in Downtown Vancouver, the indoor Pacific Centre Mall (at Robson and Granville). One block north of Robson Street--and running parallel to it--is Alberni Street, home to high-end luxury brands like Gucci and Christian Dior (sometimes referred to as Vancouver's "Luxury Zone").
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Robson Street
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Robson Street is packed with stores and restaurants, from Granville Street to Jervis Street. Home to over 100 shops, it's also the epicenter of Downtown Vancouver's shopping district. Within short walking distance of Robson are the department stores The Bay (Hudson Bay Company), Nordstrom and Holt Renfrew, as well as the only mall in Downtown Vancouver, the indoor Pacific Centre Mall (at Robson and Granville). One block north of Robson Street--and running parallel to it--is Alberni Street, home to high-end luxury brands like Gucci and Christian Dior (sometimes referred to as Vancouver's "Luxury Zone").
Oceanfront English Bay centers on one of the city's loveliest and busiest beaches. Part of the West End neighborhood, English Bay offers shopping and high-end restaurants, but is also a popular outdoor area where people come to walk, bike, rollerblade, or hang out with the public art installations. The biggest event comes in summer when thousands crowd the shores to watch three nights of fireworks set to music. Tons of people but a great event and lots of fun. Budget friendly! Another popular event is the New Year's Day Polar Bear Swim, when hardy swimmers take a dip in the chilly Pacific waters.
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Oceanfront English Bay centers on one of the city's loveliest and busiest beaches. Part of the West End neighborhood, English Bay offers shopping and high-end restaurants, but is also a popular outdoor area where people come to walk, bike, rollerblade, or hang out with the public art installations. The biggest event comes in summer when thousands crowd the shores to watch three nights of fireworks set to music. Tons of people but a great event and lots of fun. Budget friendly! Another popular event is the New Year's Day Polar Bear Swim, when hardy swimmers take a dip in the chilly Pacific waters.
Heritage meets modern describes the historic district of Yaletown. Yaletown provides the serenity of an oceanfront seawall, along with the largest selection of trendy patios and award winning boutiques. As a great escape within the big city, Yaletown offers an opportunity to explore acclaimed restaurants and eclectic shops set along heritage brick walkways with free area WiFi. Accessible by skytrain. Be sure to walk down to False Creek and see the marina.
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Heritage meets modern describes the historic district of Yaletown. Yaletown provides the serenity of an oceanfront seawall, along with the largest selection of trendy patios and award winning boutiques. As a great escape within the big city, Yaletown offers an opportunity to explore acclaimed restaurants and eclectic shops set along heritage brick walkways with free area WiFi. Accessible by skytrain. Be sure to walk down to False Creek and see the marina.