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    I think this might be the closest place to heaven on earth. Definitely a must-do on any visit to Vancouver. We went when it was pouring rain because we were in town for such a short time and it was still our favorite part of an amazing city. The walk around the seawall is beautiful and each turn gives you different breath-taking scenery. We also stopped at the tea house and had a snack – great drinks and an amazing view. We hope to go back in the near future!

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    Stanley park has many great features. Not only are there great restaurants but many things to see and do. See the old bear dens, go to the aquarium or view the great native American totem poles. Its a great place to spend the day in. Cone with your most comfortable walking shoes and time to spare to see it all.

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    Stanley Park is the one of the most gorgeous parks that I have ever visited. I love that they have many designated biking paths and walking/running trails throughout the park. On a recent visit, I rented bikes with some friends and biked the perimeter of the park. We stopped often to take in the gorgeous views of Vancouver Harbour and take pictures with the different statues around the park. Don’t worry if you’re not in shape or not an avid bike enthusiast! The bike “trail” around the perimeter was paved and very flat. There are portions where it is required that you walk your bike and they even denote speed limits depending on the areas! If someone needs to pass you, there is space so you can just keep to the right. This is definitely a must-do activity if you’re a tourist! I definitely plan to visit Stanley Park on my next trip to Vancouver — either for biking, tennis, walking, or a picnic! The park itself was very clean and there were multiple playgrounds throughout the park (we had a mandatory stop for some fun on the swings!). There were also many opportunities to use public restrooms along the way.

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    i love to hike through the ‘inner trails’ of the park (although I don’t recommend doing that alone) where the giant trees and lush undergrowth provide some of the cleanest, most refreshing air that you find in a city – anywhere. Third Beach exists in another time….and I love it.

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    It’s in my hood! You can walk many paths and swear your in a forest. Stanley Park Ecological Society has great tours: bird watching to contemplating a tree. An easy stride to a natural stress relief medication. Pretty flower