Thursday, 29 June 2017

Vancouver - Main Street (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

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Vancouver - Main Street (PDF Chapter)

After the north-end hub of Science World and the nearby Olympic Village, the main action on Main takes place further south in two key areas: around the intersection with Broadway and then further south from 18th Ave.

compose pithy missives to your loved one on vintage typewriters at Regional Assembly of Text, the legendary monthly letter-writing club

down a ­Passive Aggressive pale ale or three at Brassneck Brewery, Vancouver’s favorite neighborhood microbrewery; and add a growler to go

sip a creamy coffee with the plaid-shirted locals on the sun-baked wood-block perch of Gene Cafe, while overlooking the Mount Pleasant street scene

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