Sightseeing in Vancouver Without Too Much Walking!

Sightseeing in Vancouver Without Too Much Walking!, Vancouver, Canada (B)

I consider myself unfortunate and not clumsy. Although the latter is the reality, meaning I often have to adapt my travel plans to cater for self-afflicted injuries. A situation I found myself in Vancouver in British Columbia Canada recently. I broke my little toe by stubbing it too hard on my hotel bed base. I could barely walk, but was desperate to see the city, and so had to innovate to solve the problem.

The result is this guide for anyone wanting to see Vancouver when they cannot, will not or do not want to walk very much! It is not a guide to accessible travel – but more for the lazy, slightly mobility restricted or a temporarily damaged person like myself..

Locals will proudly tell you that Vancouver is regularly voted as one of the top places in the world to live, with a great quality of life. It is a beautiful city with modern buildings, large waterfronts, great restaurants and museums. It is a major place for films and TV shows, doubling up for many loactions around the world. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Sightseeing in Vancouver Without Too Much Walking!
Guide Location: Canada » Vancouver
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Gary Bembridge
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Cruise Terminal
  • Vancouver Lookout
  • Harbour Air Panorama
  • Westin Bayshore Vancouver Hotel
  • Lion Gate Bridge
  • Stanley Park Totem Poles
  • Vancouver Aquarium
  • Granville Island
  • Ecomarine Paddlesport Centre
  • Maritime Museum

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