Visiting British Columbia
Stanley Park is a beautiful 988 acre park next to downtown Vancouver. It offers many activities and contains a lovely rose garden, which I enjoy photographing.
Ralph Edwards and his daughter Trudy are true Canadian heroes who saved the endangered swan population at Lonesome Lake.
Whether you'd rather hike through old-growth forest or zipline over a canyon, you'll find the perfect outdoor adventure in Tofino and Ucluelet, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia is a beautiful place to see magnolia flowers in spring and glaucous-winged gulls at any time of year.
The fair at the PNE is a popular summer event in Vancouver, British Columbia. It includes shows, exhibits, tasty food and fun activities for all ages.
Manning Park in British Columbia, Canada, is a large and beautiful park that offers many summer and winter activities and great photo opportunities.
British Columbia, both Mainland and Vancouver Island, is a world of travel and history attractions. Once there, you may be tempted to stay forever!
The Burnaby Village Museum depicts British Columbia life in the 1920s. It's an entertaining and educational place, and so is the park in which it's located.
Canada Place is a tourist attraction in Vancouver, British Columbia. It's connected by a waterfront path to Stanley Park. The route offers wonderful views and photo opportunities.
Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, is a wonderful place to observe birds and flowers. The park also offers many other attractions for visitors.
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