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  • Kitsilano Beach Park

    Kitsilano Beach Park
    Kitsilano Beach Park oder Kits Park, wie er lokal genannt wird, ist einer der bekanntesten Spots in Vancouver.
  • Kurztrips im Frühling: Die Hängebrücke von Capilano

    Kurztrips im Frühling: Die Hängebrücke von Capilano
    Die meisten Leute machen sich für ihre Kurztrips im Frühling auf den Weg in den Süden, irgendwohin wo es warm ist. Ich dagegen bin in meinem letzten Jahr als Student nach Vancouver gefahren, und habe mir endlich ein Spiel meiner geliebten Canucks live angesehen. Und ich habe auch dem pazifischen Nordwesten einen Besuch abgestattet, den ich ein paar Jahre zuvor noch meine Heimat nannte.
  • Granvillie Island Market

    Granvillie Island Market
    Granville Island Market ist eine der meist besuchten Sehenswürdigkeiten in Vancouver. Es ist der beste Ort um in die Atmosphäre der Stadt einzutauchen.
  • Winter in Vancouver

    Winter in Vancouver
    Die Stadt Vancouver hat gerade die größten Schneefälle seit 1967 erlebt. Normalerweise fällt in Vancouver im Winter nicht viel Schnee, manchmal sogar gar keiner, aber dieses Jahr fielen in der Innenstadt 60 cm Schnee, die für erschwerte Reisebedingungen verantwortlich waren: Flugverspätungen, gestrichene Zugverbindungen, Busse konnten nicht fahren und Autos blieben überall stecken. Die Stadt traf es völlig unvorbereitet.
  • Galiano Island (British Columbia, Canada)

    Galiano Island (British Columbia, Canada)
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    The Gem of the Gulf Islands in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. This Island is a 25 min drive from Vancouver, then a quick 1 hr hop in a ferry and your there. When you arrive you'll notice the complete change in the pace of life here.
  • Gibsons - Home of The Beachcombers

    Gibsons - Home of The Beachcombers
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Anyone out there remember The Beachcombers? It is the longest running series in Canadian television history (for English programming anyway), running from 1972 to 1990. It was filmed in and around Gibsons, BC and featured the stunning scenery of the area, both on land and at sea.
  • Vancouver City Centre

    Vancouver City Centre
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    The Different and Inspiring buildings of Vancouver's Downtown. The City of Vancouver is a relatively new city. The architecture of the city center is always changing.
  • Vancouver, Downtown - East Side

    Vancouver, Downtown - East Side
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    The Vancouver downtown east side has quite a story and history. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Vancouver, B.C. At the turn of the 20th century, this was the heart of Vancouver (Hastings st. & Main St.) Everything was there, the main library, the banks, City hall, fantastic shopping and even the Wood wards Department Store. The great photographer Fred Herktzog focussed much of his time to this area.
  • Old Salt Building and Vancouver Olympic Village

    Old Salt Building and Vancouver Olympic Village
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    The amazingly beautiful Old Salt building and Olympic Village area of Vancouver. This area was transformed for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Situated on False Creek this spectacular location is must visit for Lomographers at any time of day. At night it is particularly worth a visit.
  • Downtown Vancouver: Not Just Robson St

    Downtown Vancouver: Not Just Robson St
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    During the Olympics, large portions of downtown Vancouver were closed off to traffic and became for pedestrians only, leading to some really fantastic street life. But now that the Olympics are over, is there anything left to the area aside from fantastic shopping, delicious restaurants, and really good venues? Definitely! There's still loads to do even on a tight budget.
  • Winter in Vancouver

    Winter in Vancouver
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    The City of Vancouver just recently experienced its biggest Winter snowfall since 1967. Traditionally Vancouver does not get a lot of snow or any at all but this year 2ft of snow fell in the city itself, it made for hazardous traveling conditions with the airport delays, train cancellations, buses not running, cars being stranded everywhere. The City itself was unprepared.
  • Downtown Vancouver and beyond

    Downtown Vancouver and beyond
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    From street level at the Harbor Centre building in Vancouver you can ride the elevator to The Lookout, a 360 degree observatory high above the city. It's open all day from about 9 am to 10 pm and your ticket is valid for the whole day, so you can go back for night shots. It costs about $13 per person. The elevator is on the outside of the building which is great for views too.
  • Capilano Salmon Hatchery

    Capilano Salmon Hatchery
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Many nice things to see here and it's free! Parking is free too.
  • Beacon Hill Park, Victoria

    Beacon Hill Park, Victoria
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    This always seems like a park made up of many little parks to me. Probably because I get a little turned around and occasionally lost every time I visit this little piece of west coast paradise. There are delicately manicured gardens, fountains, monuments, a petting zoo, and much more. The fresh coastal air and well kept grounds keep me coming back.
  • Ogden Point Breakwater Walkway

    Ogden Point Breakwater Walkway
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Ogden Point is located at the entrance to Victoria's Inner Harbor, and serves as the major deep water port for the city. Visiting Naval Vessels and Cruise ships dock here regularly.
  • Victoria's Inner Harbour

    Victoria's Inner Harbour
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Even though it's a 1300 km drive from my home, this is the place that I need to go to at least every other year. There's just something in the air and the atmosphere here that relaxes me like no place else.
  • Richmond Night Market

    Richmond Night Market
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    This night market has something for everyone. Open from 7 pm to midnight on Friday, Saturday and Sundays from May to October. There are lots of stalls/vendors with gadgets, clothing, flowers, Korean stationary (my favorite is Afro Ken), cell phones & accessories, traditional Asian products, lucky bamboo... and on... and on... Bring plenty of cash!!! Stuff is cheap but most don't take credit cards.
  • Polar Bear Pit (Vancouver)

    Polar Bear Pit (Vancouver)
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    It's a sad story really, not far from the excellent Vancouver Aquarium, just a short walk of about 100 meters you will find an abandoned Polar Bear Pit which was once a part of the now defunct Stanley Park Zoo.
  • Kitsilano Beach Park

    Kitsilano Beach Park
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Kitsilano Beach Park or Kits park as it's locally known is one of the most popular spots in Vancouver.
  • Cactus Club Café

    Cactus Club Café
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    It's one of our favourite places to dine, mainly because of the design and décor, you'll wish your dining room at home was like this. A bank of TV screens behind the bar keeps the sports fans happy. The restaurant seating is mostly booths that seat 4, with cool dim lighting, very snug and cozy. The menu is the usual west coast fusion, I can only recommend the Steaks, and these are always good. Other items include Ahi Tuna, Endamame, and Fajitas. For drinks, Margaritas are popular, in many flavors.

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