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Five Unexpected Things to Do on a Rainy Day in Vancouver

December 10, 2014

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Five Unexpected Things to Do on a Rainy Day in Vancouver

When it’s raining in Vancouver – and if you’re visiting in winter, it will – you can head for a museum, hole up in a coffee shop, or simply put up your umbrella and go about your exploring. Or you can choose from these five unexpected things to do on a rainy day in Vancouver:

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Japanese Food in Vancouver

November 5, 2014

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From ramen shops and sushi bars to izakayas and even mobile food trucks, Vancouver offers numerous ways to sample tastes of Japan – many with local, Pacific Northwest ingredients. Check out some of these favorite spots for Japanese food in Vancouver.

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Where to Eat in Whistler

October 29, 2014

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Where to Eat in Whistler

It’s not too soon to begin thinking about ski season. And if your skiing or snowboarding plans include Canada’s largest winter sports resort, you’ll want to know where to find fuel for your mountain adventures. Here are our tips for where to eat in Whistler this winter.

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A Guide to Granville Island in Vancouver

October 8, 2014

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Granville Island Public Market

One of Vancouver’s most popular attractions, Granville Island can keep you busy for hours with food, shopping, and a variety of other activities. Once an industrial area underneath the Granville Bridge, across False Creek from downtown, the island is now packed with art studios, boutiques, a brewery, a distillery, and a lively food market. With […]

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Downtown Victoria’s Best Cheap Eats

July 30, 2014

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Downtown Victoria

If you’re looking for a meal in British Columbia’s capital city, but you don’t want to shell out big bucks, look no further. Just study these suggestions for downtown Victoria’s best cheap eats.

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A Chinatown Food Tour in Vancouver

July 28, 2014

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Chinatown

It was a quiet morning when we met our guide, Stephanie, at the Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden in Vancouver’s Chinatown. The neighborhood was still sleepy, the big boxes of showy produce and dried lizards not yet lining the sidewalks. This meant we had the free side of the Chinese garden mostly to ourselves. (The Garden has a paid entry side too, and you should absolutely go back and see that, it’s beautiful, and worth it.) It was in the gardens where got an introduction to Chinatown history.

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