100 days of summer

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt
I think I got signed up on a spam list for Tourism Vancouver and what I received today is actually quite interesting.

It was an announcement regarding the kick off of ‘Tourism Vancouver’s 100 Days of Summer, your Guide to the Best of Everything that’s Happening this Summer’. (site) Complete with things-to-do, special offers, suggestions for fun days out n’ about in the city, this is a useful tool for locals and tourists/visitors alike. Festivals, parades (fun, FREE things) as well as complete day-long adventures are all included (Participants’ Guide). You can pick up your own guide at the Touristinfo Centre, 200 Burrard, Downtown Vancouver or visit the website, www.tourismvancouver.com.

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  1. wynWednesday, June 21st, 2006 — 9:57am PDT

    This is a very cool list. Just perused it and while most of the stuff (city tours and the like) aren’t interesting to me, I managed to pick up a few ideas for what to do to fill in the gaps this summer – like visiting the Buddhist Temple and when to take advantage of the special offer from the Aquarium!

  2. JennyWednesday, June 21st, 2006 — 12:42pm PDT

    This is the list that, last year had a visit to the Sewell’s marina listed the day the ferry crashed in Horseshoe bay.

  3. Miss604Wednesday, June 21st, 2006 — 2:15pm PDT

    yipes, oh yeah i remember you saying that last year – luckily no one was injured and few people were there at the time.

    although it’s not like the boat went right up onto solid ground and ran around the village seeking out ice cream eaters – it could have been a worse scene :p

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