In terms of internationally historic cities Vancouver is still in its infancy. Still we do have our own urban historic sites or in some cases the memories and archives of sites within the city that have historic or even just sentimental meaning.
Tuck into Chicken Pick’ns with a two or three piece entrée including endless signature fires, the BBQ Chicken Sandwich, or a Meatloaf Dinner for a limited time. You can still get their famous legendary burgers with Triple O sauce of course.
For dog lovers and dog owners The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver welcomes you with their “four legged ambassadors” Mavis and Beau. Both dogs are Yellow Lab/Golden Retriever cross and former B.C. Guide Dog trainees.
Are you a wine lover? Would you enjoy tasting over 200 wines? The Canada Line takes you to YVR Airport with connections to Harbour Air. Why not hop on over to Nanaimo for the 21st Nanaimo Wine Festival on Friday, October 25 from 7 to 10 pm.
Once over on the North Shore you can explore the Lonsdale Quay at a leisurely pace. You will find fresh produce, seafood, butcher shops, and more. Relax and have a smoothie or a cappuccino. Sit out in the sunshine and just enjoy the day.
The Canada Line is accessible from every direction in the city. Hop on the B-line going east or west on Broadway to connect to The Canada Line. Or board at any of the convenient stations from Waterfront to Marine Drive in Vancouver. Also connecting from the stations in Richmond and from points south hubbing through Bridgeport Station.
It’s fun to walk over to B.C. PLACE with crowds of other ardent football fans. Lots of cheering and chanting going on before you even get to the stadium.
The Canada Line is not just for commuters slogging to and from work, nor is it only for travelers making their way to and from the airport; it’s a great way to explore our wonderful city! The Canada Line is also a fun way for visitors to spend a day (or more) getting to know Vancouver.
Are you an avid gardener or just wish you had a green thumb? Hop on The Canada Line for a tour of Vancouver’s community gardens.
Your first stay at the Fairmont Pacific Rim is going to wow you, in fact expect to be wowed whether it’s your first stay or your return stay. At the Fairmont Pacific Rim expect to receive the VIP treatment it comes standard here.
The kids are getting ready to go back to school and mothers are getting ready to… well shop of course.
Once there it is a quick ride to Yaletown and the Opus Hotel. The Opus Hotel is a modern, boutique hotel that has been completely renovated. The rooms are spacious with huge windows and lots of amenities.
Vous Valet carries top quality, designer clothing courtesy of their regular customers who live in Vancouver and elsewhere and shop in Paris, London, New York, Milan, Monaco, or Los Angeles bringing an ever changing inventory to this unique shop.
The excitement is building for the Vancouver Whitecaps FC as the race for the playoffs is underway.
With four games left in the regular season continuing through October there are still opportunities to take in a MLS game at B.C. Place Stadium.
Now in it’s second year, the popular Food Cart Fest comes to the Cambie area. Parked between The Canada Line Olympic Village Station/Cambie Street Bridge and Olympic Village is where this year’s Food Cart Fest takes place. A great family event running Sundays thru September 22.
Just a few games left in the baseball season for the Vancouver Canadians. The best way to get to Nat Bailey Stadium is on The Canada Line King Edward Station. A nice stroll and you’re there!
I leave my car and parking worries behind by using The Canada Line. With The Bay stores conveniently located near three different The Canada Line stations it is the best way to “shop till you drop”. Vancouver City Centre, Oakridge – 41st, and Richmond – Brighouse are all steps to a Bay store.
Just a short stroll from the Vancouver City Centre Station is the iconic Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, lovingly referred to as the ‘Castle in the City,’ by locals. The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver is one of the oldest and grandest hotels in Vancouver. Opened in 1939 as a joint project of the Canadian National Railway and the Canadian Pacific Railway, the hotel has hosted King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
I remember seeing the women in Paris constantly on the move. Never in runners or walking shoes, always wearing stilettos. Man do they have great legs. No wonder Parisian women have terrific legs they walk everywhere including up and down the stairs to the Metro.
Vancouver Island is a great place to be in the summer. Islanders are laid back, artsy, and musical, kind of like the Filberg Festival! Getting to Comox for the Filberg Festival is easy; hop the B.C. Ferry from Horseshoe Bay. Or take The Canada Line to Waterfront and a few steps to Harbour Air flying into Comox Harbour, or The Canada Line to YVR and Pacific Coastal Airlines flying into Comox Airport. No matter how you get here you will have a great time at the Filberg Festival.