A Visit to Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver


Our final activity in Vancouver was a visit to Queen Elizabeth Park. We went there for the views of Vancouver and we weren't disappointed. I was a little disappointed though that there wasn't a playground for the boys but they had a good time walking around. There were trails and a lot of flowers this time of year. The park is the highest viewpoint in the city and is way worth a visit. Its always fun getting away from the business of the downtown area and then seeing it all from above. The day wasn't really clear so I'd imagine it would be even prettier on a really sunny day. If you're looking to dine with a view, check out the restaurant Seasons In The Park. The Bloedel Conservatory is the place if you like indoor tropical gardens. We enjoyed the fountains by the entrance to the park. And of course, don't forget about the statues of the people posing for a photo and the one of the guy taking their photo. The best view of Vancouver is behind them.

If you're interested in visiting, you can read more about the park here.

After hanging out at the park, we grabbed some sandwiches from the nearby Safeway and started back to Seattle. Our adventure in Vancouver, BC was over, but I know we'll be back again!

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