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#Explore the early history of #Vancouver at Waterfront Station, the western terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway. On your #vacation, experience the interweaving of cultures in Chinatown, where the fusing of Oriental flavors with local seafood has helped earn the city the title, “the Culinary Capital of Canada.”
After visiting Vancouver’s central highlights, ride the ferry to Granville Island. From Granville Island, head to Queen Elizabeth Park on Little Mountain, a peaceful oasis high above the city.
When it’s time to answer the call of the wild, cross the Lions Gate Bridge to The North Shore, a wilderness where bears roam and salmon-filled rivers flow through old-growth forests.
Less than a two-hour drive from the city is Whistler Blackcomb Resort, the largest ski resort in North America. The beautifully connected runs here cater to all skill levels and attract elite skiers and beginners from all over the globe.
For now, we hope you enjoy watching this #travel #guide as much as we enjoyed making it.
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0:00 – Vancouver
1:00 – Stanley Park
1:35 – Seawall
1:52 – Brockton Point
2:23 – The Museum of Anthropology
2:39 – Gastown
3:25 – Canadian Pacific Railway
3:42 – Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Park and Classical Chinese Garden
3:54 – Chinatown
4:08 – The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
4:24 – Canada Place
4:37 – Science World
4:44 – Vancouver Aquarium
5:02 Granville Island
5:12 – Granville Island Public Market
5:17 – Granville Island Brewing
5:25 – Queen Elizabeth Park
5:50 – Bloedel Conservatory
6:02 – Lions Gate Bridge
6:23 – Capilano Suspension Bridge
6:40 – Grouse Mountain
6:44 – The Eye of the Wind
6:53 – Whistler
7:21 – Whistler Blackcomb Resort