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Holiday Travel Tips in Vancouver

Holiday Travel Tips in Vancouver November 21, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
Photo Credit: Matthew Grapengieser (Flickr) The holiday season sees many people packing their bags and heading to new and old time favorites each year. Between packing your bags, booking your flight and hotel, and combating unpredictable weather, the holidays can be stressful. Here are a few tips to...

Christmas in Vancouver

Christmas in Vancouver December 24, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Sometimes a picture can speak a thousand words… Christmas at the Vancouver Art Gallery St. Paul's Hospital Christmas display is large and in charge! Snow fallen foliage Santa Clause Parade 2009

The Carol Ships’ Parade of Lights

The Carol Ships’ Parade of Lights November 30, 2010 | Kid Friendly, Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
http://www.carolships.org 50 years ago, one of Vancouver’s great traditions was born and has been growing in popularity ever since. What started with one ship covered in lights, has multiplied into more than 50 boats dawning over 100,000 lights. This parade on the water gives people a chance to...

Souvenirs on a shoestring

Souvenirs on a shoestring November 17, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
We all know that the holiday season can be overwhelmingly busy and expensive, but sometimes it’s the little and thoughtful gifts that mean the most. What better gift to give someone than to let them know you were thinking about them while you were on your trip to Vancouver? There are plenty of...

Stuck in Vancouver during the holidays? Enjoy it!

Stuck in Vancouver during the holidays? Enjoy it! November 3, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
We have all experienced the painful experience of delays, layovers and overbooked flights during the holidays. At times, it can be rather unpleasant if you don’t know what resources are at your fingertips. Our fingers are crossed that you have smooth sailings this year, but if you find yourself...
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