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Christmas in Vancouver

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Make-A-Wish Foundation, Gingerbread Lane, Hyatt Regency Vancouver

Snow or no snow there is a lot of holiday spirit in Vancouver each year. This year we have already visited the… Read More

Tea in Vancouver – Soirette Macarons & Tea

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Soriette Macarons & Tea, W Pender, Vancouver, BC

No longer the domain of the Fairmont Hotels the options for High Tea in Vancouver continue to expand. The newest addition is a tiny shop called Soirette located on West Pender. Opened about six months ago the shop specializes in tea and macaroons but also offers a few other tasty treats. It is open daily… Read More

Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival

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Cherry Blossoms in Stanley Park near Vancouver Rowing Club

Cherry Blossom season in Vancouver will bring out the ‘cheer’y in anyone, and especially with the terrific weather the city has been having. While the official Vancouver Cherry… Read More

Vancouver Golf Tour Announces Marquee Players for the the 2012 VANCOUVER OPEN

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With it 2 weeks to the day where the winner’s name will being etched on the ‘12 Paine Edmonds Vancouver Open trophy, VGT is excited to confirm Marquee names James Lepp, Eugene Wong and Adam Svensson will play in this year’s Paine Edmonds Lawyers VANCOUVER OPEN. Read More

Vancouver Food Truck – Mom’s Grilled Cheese

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Mom's Grilled Cheese Food Truck, Howe Street, Vancouver, BC

Vancouver Street Food SceneThere are now almost 100 food trucks licensed in Vancouver and the surrounding areas. Each year 15 new trucks are added in Vancouver. This year’s new trucks ranged from hot dogs to gourmet including everything from International … Read More

Dining in Vancouver – Six Acres

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Six Acres Restaurant, Gastown, Vancouver BC

On Thursday, June 21st we quit work early (shocker!) to check out a Music Festival in Gastown. The idea was a series of tents set up along Water Street from Seymour to Carrall and up one block of Carrall (about 5 blocks total) with different musicians performing at each tent between 5pm and 10pm. The idea we thought was great, the execution however… Read More

Dining in Vancouver – Jimmy’s TapHouse & Raglan’s Bistro

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Raglan's Bistro, North Vancouver, BC

Jeff and I have different opinions on this subject and rank restaurants differently depending on their breakfast potatoes. We eat breakfast out a lot – at least once per weekend, sometimes twice and often once during the week as well – and always at 10:30 or later. We have recently come to notice that… Read More

Biking and Breakfast in Vancouver – Hub Restaurant

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Hub Restaurant and Lounge, Yaletown, Vancouver, BC

Every sunny Saturday we try to jump on our bikes for a somewhat leisurely ride for an hour or so before stopping for brunch and then finishing the ride home. Last Saturday we chose a route from Coal Harbour, through the West End to Pacific Ave, over the Burrard Bridge, through Granville Island and… Read More

Rock of Ages in Vancouver

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I had to get up and write this post this morning to tell everyone that read the review in the Vancouver Sun about the Rock of Ages production to ignore it. If you were a fan of the 80′s as I am you will love it!! The 80′s included my junior high and high school years and I knew the lyrics to every song in the show. Every song… Read More

Spot Prawns / Dining in Vancouver – Sandbar

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Sharing - Fish & Chips and Eggs Benny

The reason we ended up at The Sandbar was actually because of the Spot Prawn Festival last Saturday. We purchased our tickets to the festival online a few weeks in advance and headed over to Granville Island arriving at 11:30. We usually avoid Granville Island on a weekend and now we remember why. The water taxi was… Read More

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