walk around Stanley Park. It is beautiful and relaxing, I can't think of a better way to adjust to the Vancouver atmosphere.
Fondest memory: I really like walking the length of the beach at the UBC campus...you can see the city, the mountains and the water, just perfect!
Visit Stanley Park and the Aquarium there. Take a walk or bike around the seawall. Some of the scenery is unbelievable!
Fondest memory: Seeing the huge old trees in both Stanley Park and Lighthouse Park. They ar incredible.
Stanley Park has got to be tops on my list - great place to bike / walk / roller blade the sea wall - artists in the Spring and Summer - Great place for young and young at heart !
Fondest memory: Attending the Shakespeare festival in Vanier Park...and I don't even like Shakespeare !!!
Stanley Park in Vancouver is one of the best kept and most rewarding parks i have visited,though I was seven at the time.
If I remember right, feeding the chipmonks and climbing the totam poles was a buzz.
Also ,take the sea bus across the harbour.Lovely.Reminds me of the beachcombers......The T.V. program with him out of airwolf.......or maybe not.
Fondest memory: As a kid I remember Gas town more than anything,watching the Sears tower and waiting for it to spin.
And the state line with the memorial gate,possibly in Seattle.
Favorite thing: Being from the US, I've only seen squirrels in red or grey. Only in Canada do I see BLACK SQUIRRELS & no matter how many times I seen them, I'm still amazed to see them again.
Favorite thing: Prospect Point is located within Stanley Park. It is about half way around the circuit road and is a great place to view the Lions Gate Bridge and the many boats entering/leaving the harbour.
Fondest memory: This is part of Stanley Park, there is a free bus that goes around the park, you can get on and off at any of the bus stops, then catch the next one. This walkway was near the swimming pool.
Stanley Park visit is a must see. Walk the bike path all around it.
Fondest memory: Days on the beach and water front near the Sylvie hotel.
There you will find a country park in the middle of the big city. There is plenty to do there or just take a stroll to get away from it all.
Check out the totem poles!
The biggest Park in Vancouver. It has mini golf course, beaches, Aquarium and much more.
U can borrow a bike or rollerblade at entrance of Stanley Park.
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