Shopping at Robson Street, Vancouver

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Once we were safely tucked away in our temporary abode at the YWCA Hotel Vancouver, it was time to hit the streets for some shopping!  Just a short walk away from the YWCA Hotel Vancouver was Robson Street, the city’s best known shopping precinct.   From upscale fashion shops to international...
Our main aim of getting to Vancouver was to embark on the Rocky Mountaineer’s famous train ride and package to the famed Canadian Rockies.  So after a most gruelling long flight from Singapore to Los Angeles and then connecting to Alaska Airline flight to Vancouver and staying overnight at the airport...
We were pleasantly surprised when we were informed at check-in to the Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront that complimentary dinner and breakfast was provided for us at the hotel’s in-house restaurant P2B Bistro & Bar.   While we did get CAD $800 worth of credits to redeem for meal plans as part of...
Staying at the Four Points Sheraton was not new to us.  A few years back, on our way to our Alaska cruise, we stayed at the Four Points Sheraton Los Angeles International Airport as a stopover to break up the long journey.In this instance, as we would arrive at Vancouver...
After a day of shopping at Robson Street, it was time for some outdoor adventure at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.Getting to Capilano Suspension Bridge ParkGetting to the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park from downtown Vancouver is fairly easy.  The park management provides a complimentary shuttle all year round on...
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