St Patricks Day family events and Parade in Vancouver

March 17th is fast approaching and we all know what that means……we celebrate everything that is Green, has potatos in it and is all washed down with some great dark beer more than likely known as Guinness. St Patricks day brings the Irish out of all of us and why not? It is always a…

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Spring in Vancouver

As the rest of Canada is still locked in the deep cold of Winter, it is looking and feeling more like the end of April in Vancouver. The rains have cleared away and we anticipate that the Flowers, trees and wildlife are going to be waking up from the slumber of the long nights of…

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Tips on what to do in Vancouver if you are visiting on an Alaskan Cruise.

It maybe the middle of Winter but we can see that the reservations are coming in thick and fast for the upcoming Cruise ship season to Alaska. Once the Cruise ships arrive the city gets pretty busy and of course that means we generally have full occupancy. The Cruise Ships dock very very early at…

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Black Friday Shopping in Vancouver & Posh Shopping Tours

Around the time of the US Thanksgiving it is not unusual to have many of us Canucks flock down to the States to enjoy the copious amount of Sales that Black Friday brings. It is true that many of us north of the border wish that we will see more Sales happening here and in…

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Lets Dance at Robson Square!

Put on whatever coloured shoes you fancy and lets dance the blues! Vancouver is now in full swing with the sounds and sights of Summer – as I type it is a very nice 27 Celsius which is 80 in Fahrenheit. what with the gorgeous weather and festivals really making the summer vibe electric how…

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Shop with style courtesy of Posh Shopping Tours.

Vancouver has a fantastic shopping scene and it is quite noticeable with the different styles of fashion that the locals choose to wear. The one thing that is very obvious about the fashion in Vancity is that if you find yourself in a different neighbourhood not only is the scenery different but so is the…

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Exploring our neighbourhood – Vancouver West End. Part 1 – Dining and Shopping.

When coming to Vancouver and especially our community be sure to make the most of the local area that is the known as The West End. In this blog we will write about what you can find when you are checking out the community – The West End has plenty of history and a unique…

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Dining out with a twist – experiencing the unusual in Vancouver…

After a reading an interesting article courtesy of the BBC news website about restaurants that thrive on rude service the ELBOW ROOM immediately came to mind. The Elbow room is quite the experience for people who want to have a good hearty breakfast, but be warned, you will not only need a strong stomach to…

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Rainy day things to do in Vancouver!

Rain Rain go away come again another day! Um…well no…The Rains have well and truly arrived and this is generally the run of things for us till Mid Spring! So what do you do in an inclement climate? In all honesty quite a lot actually – so read on and prepare yourself for some excellent…

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Davie Village, Pride celebrations and other LGBT related events

The time has come for the West End to come alive with the spectacular fireworks display and Vancouver to host its annual Gay Pride Parade and festival. This is truly the time when Summer is in full swing in Vancouver and the West End district is the place to be, there are no shortage of…

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