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Vancouver: What to see and do
Comprising a coastal city poking westward into the ripples of the Salish Sea, Vancouver’s locales abound with as much youthful and cultural celebration similarly washing into its folds like the ingress of the English Bay upon Sunset Beach Park. With neatly ordered city grids and aptly appropriated townships, Vancouver appears an exemplary metropolitan enclave within the Great White North, inspiring an eponymous city-planning philosophy while endearing visitors and locals alike with a spectrum of natural backdrops. Ventures into the city’s multitude of tableaus come nourished by a boisterous arts scene and a lively dine-and-drink culture ingrained into various local hot spots, while the local warmth is further augmented by an affinity for artisanal craft beer.
Wayfaring and wanderlust within the Salt Water City come embalmed from wear through SeaBus and SkyTrain public transportation, allowing one to exploit and explore through care-free and automated travel in the midst of the metropolis’ outdoor panorama. One could argue that a visit to Vancouver wouldn’t be truly fulfilled without a stroll into Stanley Park - an urban green space treasure prided by the locals. Covering a 404-hectare territory, the beloved oasis flourishes with a West Coast rain forest blanketing a network of trails that stretch on for kilometres amid oceanic vistas along seawalls and a host of peeping raccoon and other wildlife, while winding through multiple checkpoints demarcated by the park’s famed totem poles. Pristine green burgeons in the ambit of the city’s urban parks, paralleled by the larger expanse of scenery emanating from the mountains, much like the view observed atop cliff-side glass paths and high-hanging walkways in the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.
Geminate in its richness of an organised oppidan sprawl and thriving floral reserves, the City of Glass’ abundant crystalline scenery holds enough to indulge residents with just as much opportunity for nemophilist treks in nature as convenient escapes to the beach. Sandy shores come in a motley crew of up to nine within, with the unique inclusion of Trout Lake Beach - a lakeside freshwater beach, as well as the more prominent Wreck Beach, listed among the best nude beaches of North America.
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