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Trip Report Trip Report 4D3N Vancouver & Whistler Pre-Cruise

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Hello People!,

I would like to thank the people of Canada forum for making it easy to plan my itinerary. During my 4D3N stay in Vancouver, I had done:

1. Breakfast at Granville Island

2. False creek ferries out from Granville Island

3. Biking the seaside route from Yaletown to Stanley Park

4. Ate from a food truck (Japadog)

5. Rent a car and did the Sea-to-sky highway (stops: Shannon Falls, Brandywine Falls, Porteau Cove, Stawamus Chief)

6. Whistler Village

7. Peak to Peak tram ride (visiting both Whistler and Blackcombs mountain)

8. Lynn Canyon

I have since blogged about my trip. Please feel free to visit my blog for tons of pictures and my itinerary. Hope it helps and happy planning! :)

Accommodation: Century Plaza Hotel and Spa

Tip: Book 6 months prior to visit on expedia. Paid only 140cad(all-inclusive) per night for the executive king suite room (950sq ft). CHEAP!

Vancouver Part 1:

http://keeewei.blogspot.sg/2013/07/vancouver-part-1.html

Part 2:

http://keeewei.blogspot.sg/2013/07/vancouver-part-2.html

Part 3:

http://keeewei.blogspot.sg/2013/07/vancouver-part-3.html

Visit my blog frequently as I am amidst of posting my Alaskan Cruise visiting Skagway, Ketchikan and Juneau. I feel that it would be useful for those who are on budget.

Thanks for visiting

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