Blogathon Vancouver 2008: "L" is for Lonsdale Quayby
Sitting with Duane, John, and Raul I’ve been calling out every now and then… “L” is for… and awaiting answers from the room. Raul was the first to pipe up with the “Lonsdale Quay” in North Vancouver which is the perfect “L” for this post.
I first visited the Quay over ten years ago to get a pain au chocolat with my Dad and sister, and shortly after that to feast at the Cheshire Cheese.
Not only does the Quay have unique booths and vendors alongside fresh seafood and fruit stalls, it also one of the best views of our fair city from across the Burrard Inlet.
Take the frugal-friendly Seabus over for a quick ride and experience all the Quay has to offer.
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When the Seabus first started operation, we were all elated, because of the cut in travel time across BurrARD (sic) Inlet. I didn’t mind the 240-series, but even then, traffic was hell across the Lion’s Gate (oops, how’s that for an L!).
More so, as a kid, North Vancouver was still somewhat of a mystery, and getting across to see “what was on the other side at Lonsdale Quay” just had to be a question worth answering.
See here and I was thinking ahead to what you’d do too, and I was sure you’d pick Lynn Canyon. However, a ladies’ trip to Lonsdale Quay would be wonderful…just sayin’.