Leon’s guidebook

Leon
Leon’s guidebook

Sightseeing

Concerts, Games, Events.
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BC Place Stadium
777 Pacific Blvd
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Concerts, Games, Events.
One of the best ways to get to Granville Island is one of the adorable mini-tugboat ferries that crisscross False Creek – they’re favorites among young and old! Once you’re there, the biggest attraction on Granville Island is the Public Market. Housed indoors, there are endless rows of stalls that feature fresh produce, gourmet foods, baked goods, and seafood. For the food-focused, a walking tour of the market can be a great way to get an insider’s insight. Outside of the market, catch a show at one of the many theatres on the island, browse an art gallery show, or appeal to your outdoorsy side with a kayaking or paddle boarding tour.
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Granville Island
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One of the best ways to get to Granville Island is one of the adorable mini-tugboat ferries that crisscross False Creek – they’re favorites among young and old! Once you’re there, the biggest attraction on Granville Island is the Public Market. Housed indoors, there are endless rows of stalls that feature fresh produce, gourmet foods, baked goods, and seafood. For the food-focused, a walking tour of the market can be a great way to get an insider’s insight. Outside of the market, catch a show at one of the many theatres on the island, browse an art gallery show, or appeal to your outdoorsy side with a kayaking or paddle boarding tour.
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Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby St
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Vancouver Public Library, Central Library
350 W Georgia St
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Library
Vancouver's Newest Casino
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Parq Casino
39 Smithe Street
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Vancouver's Newest Casino

Food scene

Concerts, Games, Events.
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Rogers Arena
800 Griffiths Way
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Concerts, Games, Events.
Fantastic Steak House
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Elisa Steakhouse
1109 Hamilton St
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Fantastic Steak House
Great little bar, with lots of awesome beers!
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Yaletown Brewing Company
1111 Mainland St
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Great little bar, with lots of awesome beers!
A+ Sushi restaurant
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Minami
1118 Mainland St
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A+ Sushi restaurant
Ramen...just 2 mins away
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Jinya Ramen Bar
541 Robson St
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Ramen...just 2 mins away

Neighbourhoods

Gastown is a neighborhood that seamlessly combines old with new, history with the way forward. An essential part of Vancouver's history, a visit to Gastown should include a stroll along Water Street, where you'll find a picture-perfect collection of old buildings, cobblestones, the Steam Clock, and vintage lampposts.
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Gastown
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Gastown is a neighborhood that seamlessly combines old with new, history with the way forward. An essential part of Vancouver's history, a visit to Gastown should include a stroll along Water Street, where you'll find a picture-perfect collection of old buildings, cobblestones, the Steam Clock, and vintage lampposts.
Yaletown was once the Western terminus for the Canadian Pacific Railway, but the area’s more recent reinvention dates back to 1986 when the waterfront along the north of False Creek was host to many of the venues when Vancouver hosted the World’s Fair. Since then that land, along with the warehouse district adjoining it have been transformed into one of the city’s chicest neighbourhoods, filled with residential loft spaces, sidewalk cafes, cool restaurants, unique shopping, and leafy parks. Sitting along the south side of the downtown Vancouver peninsula, Yaletown is bordered by Homer Street, Robson Street and False Creek.
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Yaletown
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Yaletown was once the Western terminus for the Canadian Pacific Railway, but the area’s more recent reinvention dates back to 1986 when the waterfront along the north of False Creek was host to many of the venues when Vancouver hosted the World’s Fair. Since then that land, along with the warehouse district adjoining it have been transformed into one of the city’s chicest neighbourhoods, filled with residential loft spaces, sidewalk cafes, cool restaurants, unique shopping, and leafy parks. Sitting along the south side of the downtown Vancouver peninsula, Yaletown is bordered by Homer Street, Robson Street and False Creek.

City/town information

Squamish calls itself the “Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada”, and for good reason. The region is world famous for mountain biking and hiking, as well as for both snowmobiling and back-country skiing in winter. The town is also well-known in the summer for wind and kite surfing around Squamish Spit
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Squamish
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Squamish calls itself the “Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada”, and for good reason. The region is world famous for mountain biking and hiking, as well as for both snowmobiling and back-country skiing in winter. The town is also well-known in the summer for wind and kite surfing around Squamish Spit
You’ll find Whistler in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia just two hours north of Vancouver. This legendary resort is an international mountain sports mecca and a down-to-earth mountain town. Two side-by-side mountains spanned by the world-record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola give access to Whistler Blackcomb’s renowned alpine terrain, drawing hikers, skiers and mountain bikers in search of mind-blowing landscapes. At lower elevations, a coastal climate delivers a lush contrast to the volcanic alpine environment. Sparkling glacier-fed lakes, towering old-growth forests, waterfalls, beaches, parks and golf courses are linked by a network of paved valley trails. The place teems with life.
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Whistler
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You’ll find Whistler in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia just two hours north of Vancouver. This legendary resort is an international mountain sports mecca and a down-to-earth mountain town. Two side-by-side mountains spanned by the world-record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola give access to Whistler Blackcomb’s renowned alpine terrain, drawing hikers, skiers and mountain bikers in search of mind-blowing landscapes. At lower elevations, a coastal climate delivers a lush contrast to the volcanic alpine environment. Sparkling glacier-fed lakes, towering old-growth forests, waterfalls, beaches, parks and golf courses are linked by a network of paved valley trails. The place teems with life.