Every summer the Architectural Institute of BC hosts guided walking tours of some of Vancouver’s most vibrant neighborhoods. The cost is a mere $10 per person and offers a really neat perspective on this animated city. I assure you, it’s a really great value for the price.
Whether you’re here on holiday or you’re a long-time resident, this tour will surely prove to be informative and enjoyable. At the very least it will be a good photo opportunity for tourists and locals alike. Continue reading
Summertime is magical in Vancouver, if for no other reason than the vast array of festivals and events happening around the city and neighboring towns.
Port Moody’s annual RibFest is an event that’s new to us as of this year, but one we could see ourselves attending time and again. Continue reading
What’s better than delightfully warm natural hot springs on a cold rainy day? Nothing.
Okay, maybe a few things. But natural hot springs are pretty awesome, cold day or not. And the fact that Vancouver BC has some just a day trip away is even more awesome.
Sloquet Hot Springs are the first we’ve been to on Canada’s west coast, but they certainly won’t be the last. Hot spring hunting blood now pumps through these veins of mine. Continue reading
Some of the best views of Vancouver can be spotted from the Stanley Park seawall. A 9km paved loop that encompasses the city’s most famous park. Continue reading
Looking for an active way to get a taste of classic west coast beauty in the Vancouver area? This 4k hike up Quarry Rock in Deep Cove is just that. The top boasts stunning panoramic views of the Indian Arm and Belcarra Regional Park.
Just one jaunt up and you’ll quickly realize why it’s such a favorite spot for us locals. Continue reading