Ramada Inn Vancouver

9107 Ne Vancouver Mall Dr, Vancouver, WA 98662
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What to do?

by Jokerit_pl

Hi VTers, I am going to be in Vancouver for a couple of days this week staying with a friend. Can you give me some suggestions on things to see here? Also, if you can suggest places nearby Vancouver to see things and do, besides Portland, that would also be appreciated. Thanks!

RE: What to do?

by Pat&ZoAnn

What a shame, we'll be in the Okanagan this week. How long are you staying? Places to visit - depending on where you are staying. Lynn Canyon in North Vancouver has a suspension bridge, and a great walk through the forest. Grouse Mountain skyride gives a panoramic view of the city. In Gastown, Storyeum is about to go broke, so could use your patronage. I've never been to it, but it is a "story-telling museum", and has presentations on the history of Vancouver.

Others will likely throw in their favourites.

RE: RE: What to do?

by Pat&ZoAnn

Sorry, I just realised I was surfing the world forum, didn't notice you were talking about Vancouver WA, so disregard all my advice, unless you're planning on coming a little farther north.

Cheers, Pat

RE: RE: What to do?

by YVRDave

My advice is to not do it. LOL Go North young man, to the REAL Vancouver

RE: RE: What to do?

by Jokerit_pl

too late.. already bought the plane tickets. Well, I'm only staying for a couple of days there, so I think I'll live.

Travel Tips for Vancouver

Vancouver Land Bridge

by glabah

In the years leading up to the bicentennial of the Lewis & Clark expedition, there were a number of improvement projects that were proposed along the Columbia River in order to give people access to historic locations and to memorialize those who came before us (both Europeans and Native Americans).

Various groups were involved in a commissioning of artist Maya Lin for seven of those projects, of which this was one. The set of seven is called the Confluence Project (see web site below).

Fort Vancouver had long ago been cut off from the river that once provided it with vital transportation and its very reason for existing. One major highway including extensive ramp material for a major junction, plus a very busy railroad line, plus a much smaller road, made life very interesting in terms of designing and constructing this series of ramps, bridge, tunnel and walkway.

Among the unique features of the structure, the "land bridge" concept includes the planting of plants along the bridge, including over the traffic lanes. The result is a merciful muffling of traffic noise that goes under the bridge. The idea was to give the impression of the land linking the fort and the river again.

While it was not completed in time for the 2005 anniversary of the Lewis & Clark expedition due to its complexity, it is as of today complete. It provides its intended purpose for connecting Fort Vancouver and the Vancouver waterfront trail in excellent at graceful fashion (graceful for a monumental concrete structure anyway) and as a plus provides much improved access to Old Apple Tree Park.

Several small plazas along the bridge allow for viewing Fort Vancouver from a unique perspective, and as a place for historical educational signs.

Vancouver, urban sprawl at it's best ; )

by JAFA-Rease

Sorry folks, not too much to build on Vancouver. This page is dedicated to one of my younger sisters and her son who live there (see travelogue if you're interested).

Vancouver is mostly a suburb of Portland, Oregon. Lotsa suburbs, malls, stores and restaurants.

I definitely enjoyed my stay there though!


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Address: 9107 Ne Vancouver Mall Dr, Vancouver, WA 98662