24 Top Things to Do in Vancouver | Vancouver Travel Guide | Canada

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  • GRRRLTRAVELER | Christine Kaaloa says:

    Don't forget to LIKE, SHARE with Friends & COMMENT. Let me know if this is a city you'd love to travel and if you've been to Vancouver, what would you add to this list? Drop it in Comments. This was a monster to edit. Help share and watch my videos if you want me to continue making videos on YouTube!

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  • Quote of the day: "I can feel my thighs growing right now, this is so good!" LOL Vancouver is on my bucket list to travel to and watching this keeps it there. Thanks!

  • Bernadette Masterson says:

    Just a small correction: First Nations is the term for our indigenous peoples across the country (other than MΓ©tis and Inuit), not a specific tribe or nation. πŸ‘πŸ»

  • coconutpanda says:

    The gun that goes off every night at 9:00 PM really is a small cannon. I live beside Stanley Park and can see (and hear) it from my balcony. Its official name is the Nine o' Clock Gun and it even has its own Twitter account. He tweets a single word every night at 9PM: BOOM! True story.

  • Ryan Stevens says:

    First of all, I appreciate the time it took you to bring this video to viewers like me. The first part of the video reminds me of your EPIC Canadian road trip. I'll have to check out your blog to read more about the trip and where you went. I do like the cross-promotion you are doing for your blog here. Again, thank you. Great video!

  • I never knew I needed a Japadog in my life till this video! I think I shall put Vancouver on the future travel wish list! Those suspension bridges freak me out just a little bit…

  • Jay Dollarhide says:

    It's been so long since I've been back to Vancouver, almost 25 years! Were planning on going through there in late July on a long circle from Portland to Yellowstone and through Canada. You've done Vancouver proud with your video and given me some great ideas on new places to go. Thanks for another awesome video, Christine! ❀

  • Cheron Roggen says:

    Wow, Vancouver looks like such an interesting place to visit. Looks like it was cold when you visited. The mountain areas look so peaceful and green. Would love to visit! Nice video! I 🌸😁

  • Great video summary for a first brush of city and area!

    0:28 The Private Residences at Hotel Georgia. It seems a number out-of-town actors stay in the condos there while they're filming series in the area. I learned that from Instagram. 😎
    1:11 That Starbucks Reserve Bar (West Pender/Granville) used to be Tip Top, a men's clothing store β˜•οΈ
    2:50 Aaaaaaaaand you’ve just summarized why there’s a lot of filming in Vancouver. That, and the appropriate (im)balance between our respective currencies.
    6:25 Construction of the Lions Gate Bridge was financed by the Guinness family: SlÑinte!  🍺
    14:40 β€œβ€¦ and moist. Under that canopy? Very, very moist.” 🌲
    15:10 He looks awfully familiar, and I dare say, more awful than familiar … 😬
    18:30 Tim Horton was a hockey player who began his NHL career with the Toronto Maple Leafs. In the midst of his playing career with the Leafs, he opened the first eponymous donut shop in 1964 in Hamilton, Ontario.
    19:10 Entering public circulation in November 2018, Viola Desmond is the first African-Canadian person and the first Canadian woman to appear on Canadian currency.

  • GravityPulled ASMR says:

    I'm so so confused on why your view count is so low πŸ™ it makes me so sad. I'm still here watching, never miss a video β™‘

  • robatsea2009 says:

    Wonderful to see what you managed to explore and sample here during your visit. I'm glad the weather did not dampen your enthusiasm! Hawaiians actually played vital roles in BC history, going back to the late 1700's – early 1800s, and there's areas like Fort Langley and Kanaka Creek in Maple Ridge (less than an hour outside of Vancouver) that have historical plaques commemorating this.

  • My office is right on Granville Street and it's so fascinating seeing it from a tourist's perspective! Love your videos – hope you enjoyed Vancity πŸ™‚

  • How are you not getting MORE views and LIKES on this video? Are people just ignorant about the amount of quality work this is? Can I do anything to help?

  • ARTURO Mechanics says:

    I'm on the other part of globe. Never been in Canada. Don't know why, but I love Vancouver from the videos and write ups. Thanks for this video.

  • Brenelle D'Souza says:

    I've seen so many accounts of Vancouver travel tips so far, but I found yours to be one of the best. Thank you!

  • Delfin Jr Morales says:

    Seems like most if these blogs do not mention costs of what they see, do & eat. Granted prices constantly change but costs is what matters most of the time that's why people watch for info for basis. Yeah, It's nice to see sights but will it break my bank account to visit ?

  • Flash πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦ says:

    Thank you so much for the recommendation of Landsea Tours. I have booked their Vancouver Delights tour and Sunset Dinner Cruise because of you! So excited ✌

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