Saturday, 23 September 2017

Vancouver - Kitsilano & University of British Columbia (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

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Vancouver - Kitsilano & University of British Columbia (PDF Chapter)

Kitsilano and UBC occupy the same peninsula, but you’ll hit Kits first when traveling from downtown. The number 4 bus will take you along West 4th Ave, which is Kitsilano’s best shopping district.

- Take a guided tour of Vancouver’s best museum, Museum of Anthropology, with its immersive array of First Nations art and artifacts as well as fascinating, sometimes mysterious, exhibits from cultures around the world

- watch a Shakespeare show in a tented Vanier Park theater, as the sun sets over the mountains behind the stage

- shop for yoga gear, vinyl records or great travel books at West 4th Avenue, and stop for artisan ice cream

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