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In the morning we took a ferry to market at Lonsdale Quay. It was a touristy market with lots of Canadian souvenir type stalls, and some craft sellers too. We had a lovely lunch looking over the water, before it was time to hop back on the ferry again. The ferry is very well organised - so much so that as you approach, there is a larger display showing how many invites and seconds till the ferry departs. ...
... on reclaimed railway land. The area has become very arty and trendy and this part of the waterfront has a very different atmosphere being filled with restaurants, theatres, galleries, studios, unique shops, cafes and a spectacular fresh food market. It's vibrant and there's a diverse mix of people and activities, making it a great place to visit. We did enjoy trawling through the eclectic shops for a couple of hours. One of the most ...
... to the market). For lunch we caught the pedestrian ferry to Granville Island were there is a market and a brewery. The rain did not ease as promised by the weather man (what a surprise). We got back to the hotel quite tired and wet, we planned on having a nana nap at 6.00pm and then go out to dinner, I have just woken up at 1.30am, so much for getting on top of the jet ...
... mountains to the north of the city and the pacific majestically circles the western edge, however at the moment I can not see the buildings on the road opposite. Undeterred by the poor weather we ventured out yesterday to explore the city by foot. We started with a run around the harbour and beaches (all this maple syrup is taking its toll on our waistlines!) and then proceeded to walk ...
Today we had a lye in until 8 am. Mike got to spend the day with us today Then off we went to Gastown an area in downtown Vancouver near where the ships come in for cruises to go to Alaska. Gastown was initially a settlement that sprung up around a tavern founded in 1867 by sailor and gold prospector John "Gassy Jack" Deighton. Back then, gassy meant a verbal “bag of hot air”. This historic district has cobblestone streets are lined with Victorian buildings. We ...
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