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Springtime in the Rockies: Activities and Adventures


Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 — 3:26pm PDT
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As the first snow started to fall last autumn, John and I got to experience the rugged beauty of the Rockies (along with its culinary and craft beer culture) in between end-of-season adventures. Now as the ice thaws and the snow melts, the Rocky Mountains come alive once more with activities just waiting to be […]

Best of the City 2016


Thursday, February 25th, 2016 — 6:20pm PDT
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Thank you for voting Miss604 the #1 Best Local Blog and #1 Best Twitter Feed in the Westender’s Best of the City! The 19th annual readers’ choice poll has asked Vancouverites to name their favourite neighbourhood, tourist attraction, brow bar, brewery, nail salon, sports team, and more. Best of the City 2016 Here are just […]

Salt Spring in the City


Thursday, February 18th, 2016 — 2:59pm PDT
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Salt Spring in the City returns to Vancouver, bringing the essence and vibrance of a very special Gulf Island to Main Street for one exclusive weekend. It’s had a special place in our hearts for years and recently Salt Spring Island was named in the New York Times, “52 Places to Go in 2016”, and […]

The History of Lost Lagoon


Thursday, January 28th, 2016 — 8:53am PDT
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Lost Lagoon, on the edge of the city at the entrance to Stanley Park, is about 100 years old. This captive body of water used to be free-flowing from Coal Harbour, before it was penned in by the Stanley Park Causeway. 1894. Entrance to Stanley Park. Boorne and May Photo. Archives# St Pk P115. How […]

Photos of The Lions from Vancouver


Tuesday, January 26th, 2016 — 6:06am PDT
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The Lions are to Vancouver what the Matterhorn is to Switzerland. They are the two most iconic peaks in the Vancouver area, sitting atop the North Shore mountains at 5,400 ft (West Lion) and 5,269 ft (East Lion). The Lions are also known as Ch’ich’iyúy Elxwíkn by the Squamish First Nation, which translates to Twin […]

Maple Tree Square in Gastown


Wednesday, January 20th, 2016 — 11:09am PDT
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Maple Tree Square sits at one of the most photographed, and most historic, intersections in Vancouver where Water, Powell, Alexander, and Carrall streets meet. It dates back to the time when Vancouver was called Granville Townsite, and when John “Gassy Jack” Deighton opened the area’s first saloon in 1867. Deighton had paddled over from New […]