J's Guidebook

Jeff

J's Guidebook

Sightseeing
Take a break from walking the sea wall and incorporate a trip through Stanley Park on your visit to Vancouver. Rarely feels busy with an abundance of trails, paths, gardens, lookouts, beaches, restaurants, a brewery, tennis courts, picnic areas, totems, recreational sports fields, and much more.
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Stanley Park
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Take a break from walking the sea wall and incorporate a trip through Stanley Park on your visit to Vancouver. Rarely feels busy with an abundance of trails, paths, gardens, lookouts, beaches, restaurants, a brewery, tennis courts, picnic areas, totems, recreational sports fields, and much more.
A wide dedicated walking and bike path directly along the shoreline that completes and entire circuit of both Stanley Park and the rest of the penisula that makes up Metro Vancouver in just over a couple hours. Walk past or through many of Vancouver's best loved neighbourhoods, hangouts, lookouts, beaches, marinas, sculptures, parks, patios, outdoor spaces, and unique places.
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Vancouver Seawall
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A wide dedicated walking and bike path directly along the shoreline that completes and entire circuit of both Stanley Park and the rest of the penisula that makes up Metro Vancouver in just over a couple hours. Walk past or through many of Vancouver's best loved neighbourhoods, hangouts, lookouts, beaches, marinas, sculptures, parks, patios, outdoor spaces, and unique places.
A few short minutes walk from the unit takes you to Gastown, Vancouver's un official centre for tourism. Shops, restraunts, pubs, clubs, galleries, boutiques, curiosities, and historical/cultural oddities, make up much of this historical neighbourhood.
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Gastown Steam Clock
305 Water St
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A few short minutes walk from the unit takes you to Gastown, Vancouver's un official centre for tourism. Shops, restraunts, pubs, clubs, galleries, boutiques, curiosities, and historical/cultural oddities, make up much of this historical neighbourhood.
Granville Island is a very popular place for tourists and locals alike. Specialty food, art, shopping, and tourism options make up the majority of this bustling hub. Book whale watching, boat rentals, jet skis, fishing charters, and many other daily adventures from this nexus straddling False Creek.
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Granville Island
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Granville Island is a very popular place for tourists and locals alike. Specialty food, art, shopping, and tourism options make up the majority of this bustling hub. Book whale watching, boat rentals, jet skis, fishing charters, and many other daily adventures from this nexus straddling False Creek.
Neighbourhoods
Chinatown is one of the citys oldest and most vibrant neighbourhoods. With many cultural, shopping, dining, and sightseeing opportunities. From the iconic gates to the famous Dr Sun-Yat Sen historical Gardens is only a couple of blocks with Tinsel Town, eastern medicine shops, traditional grocery shops, and some of North Americas best Asian cuisine and street food stalls.
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Chinatown
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Chinatown is one of the citys oldest and most vibrant neighbourhoods. With many cultural, shopping, dining, and sightseeing opportunities. From the iconic gates to the famous Dr Sun-Yat Sen historical Gardens is only a couple of blocks with Tinsel Town, eastern medicine shops, traditional grocery shops, and some of North Americas best Asian cuisine and street food stalls.
Davie Village is considered one of Vancouver's least best kept secrets. Home to the citys LGBQT+ scene there is a wide variety of food, shopping, specialty, and nightlife catering to everyone. Situated in the heart of the West End between downtown to the East and Stanley Park to the West its also bordered by Sunset/English Bay on the South and Coal Harbour on the North. Its a great spot to take a break and catch a more local vibe to the city.
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Davie Village
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Davie Village is considered one of Vancouver's least best kept secrets. Home to the citys LGBQT+ scene there is a wide variety of food, shopping, specialty, and nightlife catering to everyone. Situated in the heart of the West End between downtown to the East and Stanley Park to the West its also bordered by Sunset/English Bay on the South and Coal Harbour on the North. Its a great spot to take a break and catch a more local vibe to the city.
Yaletown is located just to the south west of downtown and comprised mostly of waterfront condos, marinas, fine dining options, bistros/cafes/patios, and specialty shops. Its directly across False Creek from Granville Island and home to the 'trendy set' a good option for dinner, drinks, and people watching.
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Yaletown
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Yaletown is located just to the south west of downtown and comprised mostly of waterfront condos, marinas, fine dining options, bistros/cafes/patios, and specialty shops. Its directly across False Creek from Granville Island and home to the 'trendy set' a good option for dinner, drinks, and people watching.