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Finding The Tourist Spots in Vancouver

by catydid52 on 18/11/11 at 1:57 pm

Vancouver is one of the most gorgeous of cities in Canada. Make it the highlight of your life and visit this beauteous coastal seaport city.

Congratulations! You are going to visit one of the most gorgeous cities in Canada. If you do your research before you step on the plane, you can make your trip the highlight of your life. Make sure to take lots of pictures to take back to your friends and family, a permanent keepsake to treasure for always.

If you have family that live in the city, you can ask them to take you to the tourist spots. If you do not know anyone in the city, then make arrangements with a travel agent that include air fare, hotel, car rental and food accommodations.

If you visit Vancouver at New Year Eve, and you want to take a cruise to celebrate the new year coming in, then check out: http://www.accentcruises.ca/yachts.php

If you want a more cosy accommodation, check out bed and breakfast services.
Here are a few that are clean and affordable: Crystal’s View B&B,420 Tempe Cr
North Vancouver, British Columbia,V7N 1E6.

Mountain B&B
258 Balmoral Rd E
North Vancouver, British Columbia
V7N 1R5

Ocean Breeze Executive B&B
462 E 1st St
North Vancouver, British Columbia
V7L 1B7

A Treehouse B&B
2490 W 49th Ave
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6M 2V3

Visit www.tourismvancouver.com/visitors/things_to_do/, Vancouver’s Official Tourist Site.

You can also visit these other sites:
http://www.hellobc.com/; http://vancouver.ca/visitors.htm www.vancouverisland.travel/

Make sure to visit the Vancouver Art Gallery at 750 Hornby St. Vancouver BC V6Z 2H7. Their 24 hour info-line 604-662-4719 and their website is: www.vanartgallery.bc.ca.

Vancouver has museums,Theatres,IMAX,Skiing Locations,University,Aquarium, Vancouver Chinatown,Capliano Suspension Bridge. Lots of activities to check out.

Enjoy a view of Vancouver’s hotspot tourist destinations, especially its mountains and the glimmer of the ocean. Visit Whistler, one of the most famous ski resorts. View the emerald colored Lake Louise, and the picturesque town of Banff.

You can educate yourself on Vancouver’s popular neighborhoods and districts.

Check out this site:
http://www.vancouver.worldweb.com/SightsAttractions/DistrictsNeighbourhoods/

Check out this site for Vancouver’s yearly festivals and seasonal events:
http://govancouver.about.com/od/seasonalevents/Seasonal_Events_In_Vancouver_A_Visitor_and_Locals_Guide.htm

Some hotels are too expensive, but there are budget hotels available that are comfortable, clean, and close to where all the action is. Here are just a few to get you started:

Ramada Inns and Suites Downtown Vancouver
1221 Granville Street.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Tel:604-685-1111

Empire Landmark Hotel
1400 Robson Street.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Tel:604-687-0511

Sylvia Hotel
1154 Gilford Street.
Vancouver, BC.
Tel: 604-681-9321

There are many things to do in any good-sized city, you just have to do a little research to find them.

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Ruby Hawk

Nov 19th, 2011

Vancouver sounds like a wonderful place to visit, wish I could.

girishpuri

Dec 30th, 2011

sounds good destination

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