Douglas Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDouglas Guest House Vancouver
Beautiful house, delightful staff. Highly recommend the pancakes for breakfast. Nice and close to Broadway - City Hall skytrain station (5 minute walk). Markets and shops close by.
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It's Tuesday and we can see clearly now the rain has gone…..! The skies are blue at last although it’s still cool. As first time visitors to Vancouver there are a few things we are supposed to do and Capilano Forest Park and Grouse Mountain are two of them.
We caught the bus from our apartment all the way to the park…..public transport is so easy here.
The park is beautifully done with a path that runs along a cliff ...
... views. Our last stop was the best - Granville Island. It is a very artsy area. I had a sandwich outside listening to music and looking out across the bay to Vancouver. We dined at Joe Fortis' Seafood an Chophouse with Carl and Cindy Brooks and Kathy and John Patterson. It was walking distance from our hotel. It was highly recommended and was packed! Good, not great, and ...
First a venture to the shops for wine gifts, pennies - always good to check the hole in the wall works- and then off across the city to UBC, the University and Anthropology Museum. With my usual immaculate timing I arrived in time for the free tours so was fully informed about the First Nation people ,their house posts,memorial posts and interment posts. Saw the wonderful ...
Got up and repacked everything, trying to get it to fit and be under 50 lbs. Then Marcus, Matt, and I walked the few blocks to Stanley Park. I wish we had more time there as the little bit of the park we saw was beautiful. Then walked back to meet the family for lunch. We had sushi at a little place across the street from the hotel and it was awesome. Then it was time for Marcus and I to head to the airport to catch our ...
... me watching the ships and kayakers. After lunch we continued on to the public market on Granville Island which we reached via a mini ferry only big enough to carry about 10 people at a time. The market was really good and sold lots of amazing looking food. We brought some lentil curry (which looked almost like the curry Ni’s mum makes) to have for our dinner later to hopefully ease our curry cravings (America wasn’t the place for ...