From downtown Vancouver to North Vancouver

I really love North Vancouver. I have previously blogged about how much I love this city. It’s close to downtown Vancouver, it has a lot of really good restaurants, shops. You can hang out in their parks, and hike in the nearby mountains. I love Deep Cove, Lonsdale Quay, and the Grouse area. Moreover, I have lots of really good friends in North Vancouver, including Dave Olson, Ianiv and Arieanna Schweber, Robert Scales, Michelle Evans, to name just a few.

I commute by SeaBus to North Vancouver, and sometimes the photos I take (despite the fact that they are only iPhone photos) remind me of how pretty is the area where I live. So here’s a more-or-less wordless post about my SeaBus trip to North Van.

On the way to North Vancouver

On the way to North Vancouver


On the way to North Vancouver

Related posts:

  1. Gusto Di Quattro (Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver)
  2. Deep Cove Park (North Vancouver)
  3. The District (North Vancouver, Lower Lonsdale)
  4. Moodyville’s (North Vancouver)
  5. A newfound appreciation for North Vancouver

Comments (3)

Todd SielingApril 3rd, 2010 at 11:41 am

I do love the Seabus. I worked in North Van for just over six years, and had figured out at one point I’d taken nearly 2000 trips. Even after that it doesn’t lose some of its magic.

RaulApril 4th, 2010 at 10:33 am

I love the Seabus too, Todd – it is, as you said, magical. Soon as I leave the vessel, I feel like I’m in a different world. Not sure why, but it’s beautiful.

GeoffApril 23rd, 2010 at 8:44 am

Hello hummingbird, next time you are in lower lonsdale drop by my restaurant the Moustache Cafe and say hi!

Chef Geoff

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