Gage Towers at UBC
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Vancouver, Canada. Where do I begin? I'll begin by saying that I LOVE The Couv. It's great, I could definitely see myself going back. The ONLY downfall, (excuse the pun) was the rain. It rains a lot. An umbrella or rain coat is a necessity.
Another thing I noticed, although this one being a positive, was how genuinely "nice" the people …
Samwin stayed here on Aug 13, 2011 during their trip titled: Canada - Campus Visits .
Kapitel 8: Vancouver 19. - 27. April 2008 3 Stunden nach unserer Abfahrt in Seattle erreichten wir die Gage Towers auf dem UBC (University of British Columbia) Kampus in Vancouver und wurden dort von Jeremy begruesst (Tamina kennt Jeremy von ihrer UNP Reise nach New York). Unsere Unterkunft bestand aus Jeremys Zimmer mit einem schmalen Bett und …
... of cold refreshments and chocolate to bring back to the Drinking Hole. To get there, one has to walk past the uneasy stares of patrons at a touristy not-so-cheap restaurant in Granville Island which lead to an area completely hidden from the hoards of tourists. Apparently, it's a popular venue for swilling as we join a few happy-go-lucky locals.
With the sun now shining brightly, we start the final stretch. Prime fireworks watching spots are ...
... see the ski runs, lifts and toboggan runs that make this place so popular in winter. Its proximity to the city is awesome and clearky would bring many city folk up in the colder months. W also found out there had been a few of the Winter Olympic events here in 2010 including the skicross events. Slowly we turned around and headed down the hill to then go to the second arrows bridge which joins Northern Vancouver and Burnaby. This is the ...
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Stayed at the UBC residence available to tourists during summer months. Lovely views from all the 6 rooms in our suite! Good service. Absolutely recommend to others.
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