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What is Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver
Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver - a convenient downtown Vancouver location. Make yourself at home in one of the Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver's 197 luxurious, elegantly appointed guestrooms and suites, complete with spacious marble washrooms, separate glass showers and soaker tubs. The hotel also offers 7,600 sq. ft. of conference and banquet facilities designed to accommodate 10 to 250.
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Atlantic Trap & Grill | Burnaby | Capilano Suspension Bridge | Granville Island Brewing | Metrotown shoppingcentre | North Vancouver | One Wall Centre | Robson Street | SFU University | Sea Bus | Stanley Park | State of Mind | University of British Columbia | Vancouver
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sebu from Finland wrote about North Vancouver 5 years, one month ago
Come here with the SeaBus from downtown Vancouver for a great view on the skyline of Vancouver. If you feel sporty, you might consider walking back, over Lions Gate bridge (with lots of opportunities to catch a bus whenever running out of motivation/energy).
jussi replied 4 years, 3 months ago:
During the winter there are a lot of people on the SeaBus returning from North Van carrying their skis and snowboards... That gives me an idea for a summer trip: instead of walking over the Lions Gate, rent a pair of roller blades and skate back from North Van to downtown. You can still take the bus if run out of energy :-)
ace from Finland wrote about State of Mind 4 years, 10 months ago
This is a very special small shop selling exclusively men's clothing. The owner is a strong personality. She's a stylist and if she likes you, she will make you look great. Otherwise, you might find that you are not wanted in the store. With a humble attitude, you might get free fashion advice and great clothes on top of that.
christophergurr from USA wrote about Vancouver 4 years, 11 months ago
Milestone's is unique because we're all foodies - a passion we share with our guests. Our skillful preparation begins with our in-house chefs who have mastered the art of delivering the expected, unexpectedly well. You don't necessarily have to know that we import oven-roasted tomatoes and cipolline onions from Italy. Or that we preserve lemons for two weeks to draw out the bitterness, so our house-made lemon aioli delivers a fantastic pure flavour. All you need to know is that Milestone's delivers tastes and flavours you can't find anywhere else.
jussi from Finland wrote about Robson Street 4 years, 3 months ago
The main shopping street in downtown Van. Lots of tourists here - the shopkeeper's first question is aptly 'Were are you from?'. The shops vary from sushi restaurants to brand clothes shops. Robson is a fun street to walk and see people strolling. The people have no horry or worry. :-) I saw a girl who was curving down the street on a long board, popped in a cafè, and then hopped on board again with a latte in her hand. Hmm... I gotta get a long board for myself.
It's good to walk all the way to west as there's the great Stanley Park.
jussi from Finland wrote about Stanley Park 4 years, 3 months ago
A huge park by the Vancouver downtown. On a sunny day full of people strolling the paths or roller skating on the beautiful sea wall road around the park. I went there walking and realised only later that I definitely should have rented a pair of skates or a bike at one of the nearby rental shops on Gilford Street. It's worth taking a path through the sequoia tree forests as well in addition to the sea wall route.
The public service sea bus goes from Vancouver to North Vancouver across the Burrard Inlet. The bus provides great views to both Van and North Van and costs only $2.50CAD one way. Lot of locals use the bus so it's definitely not one of those only-for-tourists attractions. Early night there are lot of people with snowboards or skis coming back from a day ski at one of the nearby mountains.
jussi from Finland wrote about Capilano Suspension Bridge 4 years, 3 months ago
The main sight is a creaky bridge over a steep creek. The sight has developed to a full fledged nature site with lots of activities. I guess this is mainly for families nowadays. The admission fee is $30CAD and I'd say it means that you'll have to spend quite some time at the spot to see all there's to see.
jussi from Finland wrote about Douglas Border Crossing 4 years, 3 months ago
We drove from Canada to USA and crossed the border at Douglas. The sign estimated a 50 minutes wait but in the end we had to stay in the queue for 1.5 hours. It would have been better to take the lane going via Duty Free as cars from that lane were directed much further in the queue. The officer told us that this was a rather long delay considering that it was just a regural Saturday on February. In the summer months the delay may go up to three hours...
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