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Vancouver the best city for living

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Vancouver success, to be the one of the best cities in the world to live in recent years. This is not surprising because the city lies on Canada’s Pacific Coast, has a temperature quite ‘friendly’, not too hot in summer and not too ‘bite’ in the winter.

On arriving at the Vancouver International Airport, take a look at a diverse collection of Aboriginal art. As reported by Reuters news agency, travelers can also find The Jade Canoe sculpture work of Canadian artist Bill Reid are eminent in this airport.

Instead of using taxis, tourists are advised to use rapid transit rail link to the airport exit. With the rapid transit rail link, you can arrive at the city center in just 25 minutes.

If you include people who like live music then be sure not to miss the show at the Commodore Ballroom. You can check the schedule of musical performances in the local paper, like-Georgia Straight.

In this city, you can also take a walk to one of the largest urban park in North America, the Stanley Park. Parks has woodlands, gardens, totem poles, to the aquarium.

As for tourists who love shopping can visit the Kitsilano area. In this area, scattered many clothing boutiques and coffee shops. After shopping, you can use the bus to Queen Elizabeth Park or Van Dusen Botanical Gardens.

Other attractions that can be visited is the Whistler resort in the mountains. In the summer, these mountains turns into a paradise for lovers of mountain bikes.

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so have you decide to migrate to Vancouver? or just wanna make an exciting travel with your family or your beloved friends?. if you wanna try ice skate boarding or ice ski, you must go there by the end of the years, maybe you can celebrate New Years while you enjoy the Whistler Resort Mountain view.



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