Nelson House Bed and Breakfast

977 Broughton St, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6G 2A4, Canada
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Vancouver to Edmonton flight & booking

by pchan88ca

I will be arriving in Vancouver at 8.20pm (night)from international flight. I need to book the next flight from Vancouver to Edmonton.

Can someone tell me how much time I need to catch the next available flight to Edmonton? What is the time allowed for domestic flight check-in?

Another thing I need to know is how much monies I am allowed to bring into Canada without reporting?

Re: Vancouver to Edmonton flight & booking

by GrumpyDiver

You had better give yourself at least 2 hours for the connection, as you will be clearing customs (I'm assuming you are checked through for the next flight). Walk from the international to domestic terminals is a good 15 minutes.

There is no limit to the amount of money you can bring in to Canada, but I believe you have to declare any amounts over $10000 (the amount is on the customs forms that they hand you on the inbound flight).

Re: Vancouver to Edmonton flight & booking

by yvr

As the poster above stated, you should plan on at least two hours for customs, immigration and transfer to Domestic Terminal. That leaves you with only one flight to choose from and that is AC254 departing at 2255. There is a Westjet flight at 2140 but you would be foolish to book that, if you miss it you will have to overnight in YVR and that will be expensive.

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Look, Ma, It's the Ocean!

by madamx

Being landlocked Albertans, we couldn't get enough of the ocean and the beautiful scenery around Vancouver. What struck me about Vancouver was the congestion, traffic and little space they had for themselves, the houses seemingly crowded together.

But, Vancouverites have their breathtaking scenery, and that, to me makes it all worthwhile. This is one of my favorite pictures, taken from Prospect Point in Stanley Park. The crowds, traffic, and the stress of trying to park without hitting anyone fell away as we gazed out onto the Pacific on a sunny afternoon.

Vancouver Beaches

by sunnywong

Beaches are found on English Bay in the downtown area (English Bay and Sunset beaches), in Stanley Park, and from Kitsilano Beach to Spanish Banks beach on the West Side. Wreck Beach at Point Grey is the renowned nude beach. English Bay is one of Vancouver's most picturesque beaches to watch the sun set over the water.

drive approx. 250 miles inland...

by bcaa0

drive approx. 250 miles inland over the Hope Princeton Highway to Penticton where your in the heart of 'wine country'. If I didn't live here I would miss living between two beautiful lakes, the wonderful climate with four distinct seasons, the orchards in bloom in the spring and the wine harvest and the October Wine Festival in the fall.

Hollywood North

by spitball

Many films are shot in and around Vancouver, usually they hide the fact that it's actually Vancouver. Such as Jackie Chans "Rumble in the Broncs". or Slyvester Stallones' "First Blood" to name only a few. At the moment a new film is using Vancouver as it's location. Something called: Survivor, or Survivors. The University of BC and various other locations are being utilized, which surely will become another country through the magic of cinema

Granville Street

by el_ruso

This is major thoroughfare, and almost all public transport routes and subway pass by it. This street and other streets parrallel to it offer views of mountains behind the city. And the whole downtown is lined with trees and little parks.

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Address: 977 Broughton St, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6G 2A4, Canada