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Gastronomic Gastown Walking Tour
"Meet your tour guide at the Gassy Jack Statue outside Six Acres 15 minutes before your 3pm tour. You’ll get acquainted with your savvy guide and small group of fellow food enthusiasts before setting off on a 3-hour walking tour. Be prepared for 10 to 15 minutes of walking and an emphasis on eating! fresh cheese curds and a craft beer from Hoyne Brewery. Your guide will then lead you on a historical walk through Gastown's famous 'Blood Alley' and onto your next tasting at Nicli Antica Pizzeria.You will see historic architecture and hear the enjoy your guide’s colorful narrative including stories and fascinating facts about the area and the history of Vancouver's humble beginnings.""""Discover Gastown's best eating and drinking establishments during a 3-hour walking tour. In a small group
From CAD112.00
 
Winter Tour: Whistler and Shannon Falls Full-Day Tour from Vancouver
"Starting from the emerald city of Vancouver traverse along the scenic coastline of Howe Sound fjord to the snow-capped peaks of the Coast Mountains. This escape from the city is an ideal way to experience the natural wonders that make Vancouver one of the most livable cities in the world. Gaze out with a scenic stop at the 335 metre Shannon Falls. Views of Tantalus Glacier greet passengers en route to Whistler.Along the way visit the quaint town of Squamish. Considered an outdoor paradise for climbers and backcountry adventurers Squamish if perfectly positioned at the most north easterly point of the Howe sound offering astonishing views of the mountains and water. There will be a stop at the Squamish Adventure Centre
From CAD140.00
 
Vancouver City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Start your hop-on hop-off tour in Gastown near the Steam Clock or at any of the other 22 stops on the route. As the open-top clear convertible bus transports you around town hop on and off as many times as you like to see the best of Vancouver at your own pace (full tour duration without stops is 90 minutes). Your 24-hour or 48-hour sightseeing pass is valid within a two-week period with buses departing every 15 to 20 minutes during peak season (May 1 – October 10) and every 60 minutes during the off-season (October 11 – April 30). Admire the white sails of Canada Place a convention center built for Expo ’86 and then take time to discover Stanley Park bounded on three sides by water. From Prospect Point
From CAD45.00

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International Cafe

Casino with table games and pull tab machines. Full restaurant, includes breakfast, lunch & dinner. Good Family type dining. Motel attached to Casino. Basic motel. Full bar also a part of the...
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May 02, 2003
 
 
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Statue of Sir James Douglas

There is a statue of Sir James Douglas who declared the formation of British Columbia and acted as its first governor outside the fort. It is worth making a slight detour to have a look at this statue...
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Saint Andrews United Church

Saint Andrews United Church is another attractive church which we past on the way in. It is next to the historic cemetery. It was also, unfortunately, closed. This is not so easy to photograph due to...
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Fort Langley

As you wander around you will see a few interesting objects such as the boats used by the trappers and traders, cannons, cannon balls. There are also lovely views across the Fraser River from the...
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Community Hall

We did not actually go inside this building, but we did notice that Langley had an attractive old wooden community hall. I like old buildings and wooden buildings and so found this really quite...
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The Parish Church of Saint George

This is a very pretty little church on Church Street. Its grounds holds a memorial to the pioneers - the first Europeans to settle there. It had a lovely stain glass window visible from the outside we...
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The Fraser River

We followed signs for Marina Park which had seats and lovely views over the river. The river would have been vital to the traders for transporting their goods and so played a big part in the fort's...
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"Blaine, the boarder town of Canada and the U.S."
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"Gateway to Canada"
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"Our AmeriFriends"
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"Border City, Friendship City"
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"Blaine Washington"
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