Incredible Vancouver

Vancouver is so pretty, and if I wasn’t settled here in San Diego, or if my kids weren’t small – I would move to Vancouver – without hesitation. It is easy to get around in this city, in fact I got a train from the airport to my hotel at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver without a problem and for only $8.75 (Canadian) one-way. This video will show you two different sightseeing buses that I took – Hop On Hop Off, which allow you to make the most of your trip, if you are staying for just a short while. Since I stayed for just one day and night on this trip, I had to make the most of my time in this city. This was my second visit to Vancouver, and it certainly won’t be my last.

Here are some of my pictures:

Steam Clock, Gastown – Vancouver

Gastown, Vancouver

Gastown, Vancouver

Hyatt Regency, Vancouver

View from Room 2003 – Hyatt Regency, Vancouver

Hyatt Regency, Vancouver

The Shops at Hyatt Regency, Vancouver

The lobby of the Hyatt Regency, Vancouver

The fries are delicous from this vendor – Bada Bing.  I like my food very hot, and the fries were hot until the last one.   I asked for vinegar to put on my fries, and hot sauce, and the vendor told me it was not necessary.  I listened to him, and was so glad that I did.  They put a special sauce on the fries and some onions too, and these fries did not need anything else at all, they were tasty just the way they were.  These are a must-try!

Best gourmet fries – Bada Bing, Vancouver

Actually, it was a great thing that I took a picture of the menu board.  My fries were the “Animal-Style” made with grilled cheese, and the Bada Bing secret sauce.

Bada Bing Menu

Gastown, Vancouver

View from the Big Bus – Hop On Hop Off – City Tour

Canada Place

Gastown

Robson St. – Vancouver

To view more of my pictures, here is another link that I posted last month Vancouver

I hope you will get a chance to visit Vancouver soon, and you will also see that it is incredible.

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About luchanik

I love travel, and cruises, and exploring the world. I also like taking pictures, and treasuring those memories.

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