You may want to read part one and part two to start the journey to Vancouver British Columbia from the beginning.
Vancouver is beautiful! This was the view from our Air B&B which was about 30 miles outside of the city. Having said that Vancouver is a very big city. We were happy that we rented a car and just as happy that the public transportation was fairly easy to figure out. Just like any big city comes the crowded highways and streets.
Exploring the city I found some interesting use of typography. Both were eating establishments. One tells a story written on the wall the other tells a story with the font used and decor. In either case the customer become aware of what kind of food is offered.
Of course there is large bodies of water everywhere and because of that there are sea planes and boats and yachts, fling over and zipping by. Stanley Park is just to the left of the city in the one photo. It was unseasonably warm there which delighted us but the locals were complaining fiercely.
Enough of the city and riding the public transport train we jumped in the rental car and headed to a town call Hope and the Fraser River that forks in two different directions. Along the way there was farm after farm just a pristine as a picture with beautiful mountain back drops.
Next blog we’ll discover a beautiful little town where the ferry ships leave from and where one took us to.