1188 Howe Street Executive Residences

1188 Howe St., Vancouver, British Columbia, V6Z 2S8, Canada
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Parking at L'Hermitage Hotel

by Konakona

What is the parking situation at L'Hermitage Hotel in Vancouver? Garage, lot, none?

Re: Parking at L'Hermitage Hotel

by yvr

All you need to do is look at their web site and it will give you that information, but guess that is too dificult for some people to do, so the answer is gated underground.

Re: Parking at L'Hermitage Hotel

by Konakona

Thanks for your reply, YVR. I had looked at their website and could not find the information, hence the question. But, I do appreciate the information since we are arriving by car and will need parking facilities.

Re: Parking at L'Hermitage Hotel

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Go back to the web site and look under amenities it is listed there.

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A city that is alive and full of diversity

by WaywardHoosier

Coming from the Midwest, I miss diversity and culture and that is what Vancouver has. The downtown is alive after working hours and people live in the city and they all don't head out to the suburbs.

The city does have its fair share of vagabonds and only a few of my encounters with them were unpleasant . For example, one Lost Sole had AIDS and wanted to massage my feet. Hmmmm. I passed on the offer. Most just want what we all want, money and for free.

The city is surrounded with natural beauty and we were fortunate to have no rain. Seeing a city that is full of people living life. Coming from the Midwest, I am so used to cities emptying out by 5:30pm with the minivans and SUVs heading to the suburbs. Fabulous restaraunts variety and quality.

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The seawall plays a major role in the authentic Vancouver experience. And it's fair to say that you haven't experienced Vancouver until you've strolled (or jogged, or cycled, or skateboarded, or rollerbladed) the seawall.

The seawall is what surrounds most of Downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park. It starts at Canada Place, heading west through Coal Harbour, around Stanley Park, along Third beach, Second Beach and English Bay, rounding its way down along False Creek to Yaletown, bending up around BC Place Stadium and over to Science World, and following along to Stamp's Landing, Fairview and hooking up with Granville Island then under the Burrard Street Bridge to Vanier Park and Kitsilano Beach. All together it's 22 km in length.

However, the seawall might be significant of thing further...

In 2006 I was invited to attend a Geography Alumni meeting at UBC on Valentine's Day (out of all days!) and our guest speaker was Lance Berelowitz, a Vancouver urban planner. He said something that has stuck with me since. He mentioned that unlike most major cities, such as London or New York, Vancouver lacks a central public gathering space. Where other cities might have places like Central Park or Trafalgar Square, Vancouver has... the seawall. But people do not come to the seawall to gaze n at Vancouver. People gather along the seawall to gaze out and away from the city.

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On the North Shore, you'll find ski hills, suspension bridges, and many, many hikes. Hiking on the various North Shore trails with my friends.

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Address: 1188 Howe St., Vancouver, British Columbia, V6Z 2S8, Canada