A Few Colorful Snapshots of Vancouver BC

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Snapshots of Vancouver BC

A Few of My Snapshots of Vancouver BC

I thought you would enjoy some recent personal photos taken of Vancouver, British Columbia. These photos were taken by my daughter recently this summer, while she was out enjoying the sites and many attractions this beautiful city has to offer!

From strolling along the spectacular Seawall walkway in Stanley Park, enjoying the market at Granville Island, to attending a BC Lions  Professional Canadian Football League game, it’s all here for you to enjoy in Vancouver. First, check out this  short video on Vancouver tourism, giving you a glimpse at what the city has to offer.

Enjoy!

Enjoying The Summer in Vancouver BC

If you and your family are arriving by Car, Plane, Train or Cruise Ship, you will love what Vancouver has to offer in the Summer! There are attractions galore to keep you and your family entertained for weeks!

It’s no wonder Tourism in Vancouver is Soaring!

” Cruise Ship in Downtown Vancouver “

Cruiseship in Vancouver BC Canada

One of my favorite places to visit in the city and especially during the summer is the beautiful Pan Pacific Waterfront Hotel and Cruise Ship Terminal. Located right downtown on Vancouver’s waterfront, you can browse through the hotel and convention center with its shops, theaters and attractions.  At the same time you can enjoy the cities spectacular scenery!

” Enjoy Vancouver’s Beautiful Waterfront “

Vancouver British Columbia

Soak in the beautiful North Shore Mountains across the water and over to West Vancouver. From the Pan Pacific Hotel, the world re-known Stanley Park is just minutes away!  Walk or bike the famous Sea Wall that takes you all around the park at waters edge.  Be sure to check out my recent article on Things to do in Vancouver.

” North Shore Mountains & West Vancouver “

Vancouver BC

Catch a ride on a water taxi to the many popular tourist destinations and attractions throughout the city! Such places as the Granville Island Market!

” Vancouver’s Water Taxis “

Vancouver Water Taxi

The Market is a hugely popular destination for tourists and locals!  There’s unique shopping, a market place, restaurants and so much more.

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Click on the green map marker to access the Vancouver Official Tourism Website!



” Granville Island Market “

Beautiful Granville Island

If you have children, be sure to take them to Vancouver’s Science World.  Located on the old Expo 86 grounds, it is one of the few remaining exhibit buildings still used from the World Fair held in the city in 1986. Your kids will love the exhibits and hands on attractions and more!

” World of Science Vancouver “

Science World Vancouver

Below, I have included the official website link to Science World for your convenience.

Science World

All the above photographs of Vancouver were taken by my daughter while out enjoying a fun filled day in the city with friends.  She is proud to share them with you here on my blog. 🙂

If you haven’t visited the west coast of Canada and the City of Vancouver, why not plan your next family vacation here?  Take it from me, you’ll be glad you did.   Below, I have listed British Columbia’s official tourism website for your convenience, where you can access much more detailed information on this beautiful Province in Canada!

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Safe Travels!

Have you visited Vancouver BC? If so, what did you like the best about your visit?

Your comments are always Gr8tly Appreciated! 🙂
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Did You Know …

“In 1886, just 2 months after being officially named the City of Vancouver , the entire town burned down to the ground!”

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