World’s Most Scenic Railways on Channel 5 first episode was on Rocky Mountaineer. Following the iconic journey from Vancouver to Banff. See my experience here Rocky Mountaineer – First Passage to the West – Day 1: Vancouver to Kamloops And here Rocky Mountaineer – Day 2: Kamloops to Banff Continue reading Rocky Mountaineer
A free shuttle leaves every 15 minutes from Canada Place to Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver. Rising to 1,250 meters and only 20 minutes from Downtown Vancouver, Grouse Mountain is Vancouver’s playground. It offers the nearest skiing to the city and in the summer you can hike, zipline, tackle ropes etc. Take the Skyride to the top from the ticket booths. Grouse Mountain is part … Continue reading Grouse Mountain – Vancouver
My decision to visit both Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain was made much easier with the lure of a free shuttle between Vancouver Canada Place and the attractions. Using modern and highly liveried vehicles they were easy to identify and board. You don’t need to have purchased a ticket in advance which was also good and both were equipped with lines to the ticket … Continue reading Capilano Suspension Bridge Vancouver
Located on Canada Place on the top level between the cruise ships that are in to start their Alaska cruise the lines were well managed. I had a reservation for 16.30 and joined the line but as Holland America’s Nieuw Amsterdam sounded her horn to signal her departure this provided enough entertainment to distract from the fact it was nearly 16.45 before the line started … Continue reading Fly Over Canada
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