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Monday, November 7, 2011

Vancouver Through the Eyes of a Tourist & Why You Wish You Lived Here (in pictures)

It's sometimes hard to see the forest for the trees.  In other words, it's often hard to appreciate your own city when you've lived there too long to see it exactly as newcomers and tourists do.  Vancouver is exceptionally beautiful, especially when the sun shines, so in an effort to see my city through the eyes of a visitor, and to enjoy the last few days before the rain sets in, I ventured out to rediscover some of the reasons why I moved here more than 4 years ago.

science world
Telus World of Science, Vancouver
totems at stanley park
Stanley Park Totem Poles, Vancouver
vancouver public library
Vancouver Public Library
granville island public market
Granville Island Public Market, Vancouver
false creek, vancouver
False Creek, Vancouver
canada place
Canada Place, Vancouver

For a little more Vancouver goodness, have a look at the InnerLife Project's amazing time lapse video of Vancouver.

1 comment:

  1. Jeanette, thank you for your post, and for making my hometown look so beautiful. :)

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