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Vancouver and possibly elsewhere for two weeks?

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At the end of April we have leave booked for 30th Anniversary. We are thinking about Vancouver even though the weather may not be ideal at that time of year, but I'm from the UK, so a little rain may not seem unusual to us.

I'm still in the very early stages of planning, so not read up a lot yet - but a couple of questions:

Is two weeks too long to stay in the city, if so where else would you suggest?
I am not against the idea of splitting the trip over two bases.

I've visited Canada once before - doing 11 days in Banff and Jasper in late summer 2010. Although I loved visiting the mountains, I do not ski or snowboard, so "winter sports" is not really an option.

We are both in our early fifties, not total couch potatoes, but neither are we very fit - We can both comfortably walk 15 Kilometres in a day and enjoy hiking, and shortish cycle trips.

Sorry for the vagueness of the questions - any help is appreciated.

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