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    What to Expect
    The duration of the tour is approximately 6 hours, starts at 9.00 am. Enjoy a complimentary pick up  at your hotel, or cruise terminal in our luxurious Mercedes Benz Sprinter van. The tour include 18 places of interest, the best Vancouver has to offer:
    - Coal Harbour, with its scenic views of the North Shore;
    - Marine Building, famous for its art decor;
    - Vancouver Art Gallery, home to a permanent collection of beautiful paintings by Emily Carr, a Post-Impressionist and Modernist painter;
    - Robson Street, the most highly acclaimed shopping street in Vancouver with many shops and restaurants;
    - Stanley Park, the largest and most beautiful urban park in North America;
    - English Bay, with stunning views of the ocean and its surrounding beach area;
    - Vanier Park, enjoy the sheer beauty of False Creek, the Museum of Vancouver, the Maritime Museum, our “Yellow Submarine”, and marvel the Centennial Totem Pole;
    - Granville island, a must visit for first time visitors to Vancouver – old workshops, mills, warehouses, all transformed into unique gift shops, restaurants, a brewery, a market place, and street performers;
    - Queen Elizabeth Park - Vancouver’s horticultural jewel, at 152 metres above sea level, it’s the highest point in Vancouver, with spectacular views of the park, city, and mountains; 
    - Olympic Village, home to athletes and Olympic officials during the 2010 Winter Olympics; 
    - Yaletown – reminiscence of a Canadian Pacific railway yard, home to Train 374, the train that transformed Vancouver from a backwater city to a trade gateway between N. America, Asia and Europe;
    - Vancouver Public Library – marvel at the immense library building that resembles a Roman coliseum;
    - BC Place – the world’s largest retractable stadium, and home to the Vancouver White Caps, the BC Lions, and BC Sports Hall of Fame; 
    - Roger's Arena – an ice skating stadium, home to the Vancouver Canucks;
    - Science World – venue of the famous annual dragon boat race;
    - Chinatown – Shanghai Alley, the Sam Kee Building, historic, intriguing, fascinating, the 2nd largest Chinatown in North America, after San Francisco;
    - Japantown  – historic, overlooked but an amazing community that contributed much to the early economic history of Vancouver;
    - Gastown – this is where it all began for Vancouver, named after Gassy Jack Deighton, and the beloved and most photographed Steam Clock.
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