Located Downtown on the False Creek waterfront across from B.C. Place , Plaza of Nations was once the hub of the city's ... More
Plaza of Nations
Located Downtown on the False Creek waterfront across from B.C. Place , Plaza of Nations was once the hub of the city's 1986 World Exposition. The modern building continues to be a popular gathering place. The complex serves as a multiple-use facility, and its waterfront access makes it a popular place for indoor and outdoor community events, concerts and conventions. Part of its current appeal, especially with young people, is the array of shops, restaurants, and pubs that surround it.
BC Place Stadium is downtown's gigantic stadium and home to the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Its claim to fame is that it is the world's largest air supported dome. It opened in 1983 and ...
The 503 room Pan Pacific Vancouver hotel is situated atop Canada Place complex on Vancouver's waterfront. The hotel is just
minutes from the boutiques of Robson Street, within walking distance to historic Gastown, only three blocks from the Pacific ...
Many postcards of the city display images of this "five sailed" complex adorning the harbor shoreline. The centre, located downtown,
was Canada's Pavilion at the 1986 World Expo and is currently the home of the World Trade Centre and ...