Lives in Vancouver, Canada
Since Apr. 2008
35-49 year old male
Islands, Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Bodies of Water
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Architectural Buildings, Conference & Convention Centres, Piers & Boardwalks, Theatres
Historic Sites, Neighbourhoods
Bodies of Water
Great place for Sunday brunch. Great food, good service informal atmosphere
This restaurant has a farm to table concept. The food is perfectly prepared, fresh and innovative. The wine selection is good and the atmosphere fun and not pretentious.
Probably one of the most famous restaurant in town. It is not unusual to spot a movie or sport celebrity here. The food is excellent and the wine list very very good. It is rather pricy so be prepared.
This restaurant has the best porchetta sandwich ever! You go there for the porchetta and you will be happy!
No visit to Vancouver is complete without a tour of Stanley Park (the park for locals). In summer time it is easy to walk around the seawall or rent a bike a go around the park.
Great for shopping or simply stroll around Vancouver Downtown is the perfect place to spend few hours in the city.
Perfect place for a walk and to grab lunch. The market is the busiest place here, but it is always possible to find a quiet place to enjoy a sunny day.
Great place for a summer stroll at sunset. The Beach can get really really busy during th day.
I've never been to China but I think that Chinatown Vancouver is the closest place to China outside of it.
This is a great beach for outdoors beach sports, mostly volleyball. It is a great place for a picnic as well.
This clothing optional beach is world famous. Getting there is a bit of a hike but once there you won't regret.
This stretch of Granville street is where lots of locals shops. It is a great place for an afternoon stroll, window shopping or real shopping.
This area is the new yip and coming area of downtown. It used to be a run down part of the city but in the last few year it became the most fun and vibrant part. Great for shopping, good for food and lots of nightlife.
This is the heart of downtown. The perfect place for a stroll, for shopping or to look at a street performer. In the summer at Robson Square (corner of Robson and Howe) there are a lot of really good food truck for a good quick lunch.
This is a great place for a walk in summer time. From here you have a lot of photo opportunity, you can watch the seaplanes land and take off, watch at the cruise ships docked here.
This area used to be part of the port of Vancouver but in the late 80's it turned into a residential and shopping area. Lots of restaurants and bars are located here and it is definitely a good place to go for lunch or dinner.
This area offers some of the best views of downtown. It is walking distance from downtown, but it can be easily reached via public transit. The newly built Athletes village was the place where the athletes for the 2010 winter olympics stayed. Now it is a residential area with a lot of pubs and coffe shops.
Vancouver Seawall is really long, it goes from Canada Place all the way to Kitsilano Beach. The best parts are the Park, English bay to Yaletown and False Creek to Kitsilano. There are few area where it is possible to rent a bicycle that offers an alternative to walking.