AAA Catherine's Vancouver Bed and Breakfast

Address: 668 East 29th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5V 2R9, Canada | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the East End area of Vancouver, is near Queen Elizabeth Park, Kitsilano Pool, Punjabi Market, and Exotic World Museum.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAAA Catherine's Vancouver Bed and Breakfast

Reviewed by jonndeelom

Citrus Catering

Reviewed Jul 31, 2011
by (1 review) , Canada Flag of Canada

We work with Citrus Catering regularly for both internal and client meetings. The process is very easy, requiring no more than a quick phone call. I always know Citrus will make it all happen, on time, and with the highest quality.

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Travel Blogs from Vancouver

The last post || Sleepless in Vancouver

A travel blog entry by horstdogblogger on Aug 12, 2014

Hey Guys
Its the final post and I'm at the and of my trip I'll stay in Vancouver for 2 Weeks and than I'll go home. I saw so much in Canada it was amazing. I look at the Olympic Stadium and all things you need to watch.
See you next time bye
Horstdogblogger ;)

First two weeks in Vancouver

A travel blog entry by elliotholly on Mar 20, 2015

23 photos

... on one street East Hastings… it looked like a festival with the rubbish and people hanging around.

Sunday – Met Gemma and Irfarn (our design club friends) on Granville Island. This is the star attraction in Vancouver but we would say it is a bit of a tourist trap with overpriced food. There is a large food market and artist studios. We had a cocktail in a local distillery and went to theirs for a ...

Canada (Vancouver - Whistler - Home to Perth :(

A travel blog entry by alan-tammy on Jan 20, 2015

54 photos

It was warmer than we expected as we arrived into Vancouver at 10pm after an epic flight from Cancun after some crazy immigration and customs rigmarole in Dallas just to transit the place! No such uptight and quite pointless process in chilled out Canada, the airport was a ghost town and we were through in 10 minutes! We had made it to the Pepe's, aka Phillipe who is French, Vanessa an old Flightie colleague and their cute as a button son Jeremy’s cool apartment in the centre ...

Stanley Park & Hockey

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jan 01, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... What really intrigued me, was that in the LA Kings teams, it was made up of 5 Americans and 14 Canadians. Would the Canadians in the LA team want to sing along to "O Canada", as the anthem of the country of their birthplace, or to "The Star Spangled Banner", the anthem of the place they were representing?
I was surprised with how much I enjoyed the game. It was intense and fast-paced, with many finicky rules which we worked out or guessed as we went along. ...

Sleeping in Seattle

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Sep 29, 2014


... the problem is, though I won't try to relate the hole thing here. Needless to say, I booked a hostel that's in Kowloon instead of Hong Kong Island and I might just stay away from the Central area so as not to get caught up in anything accidentally. I have plenty of trip planning I need to do, and I'll be back in Hong Kong at least once more on this trip, so I'd rather be safe (happy mom? :-p).

Going to work on that packing list now.