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  • 31.

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    512 W Hastings St

    This downtown store is for those neo-Luddites who prefer their writing surfaces tactile rather than electronic, and their writing instruments in a single point rather ...

  • 32.

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    750 Hornby St

    This gallery is situated in a large heritage building, which was once a courthouse, right in the center of Downtown . The fifth largest in Canada and Vancouver's leading visual ...

  • 33.

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    1666 Johnston St

    The Original Paper-Ya, a Japanese-inspired colorful store on Granville Island has delicate handmade photo albums and papers, creative journals, special ...

  • 34.

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    Pender Street

    Known as the third largest in North America, Vancouver's Chinatown is a colorful area filled with exotic wonders. The profusion of markets and stores ...

  • 35.

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    3150 W Broadway

    Notte's Bon Ton Pastry & Confectionery opened in 1926 and is the kind of place your grandmother took you to for tea and cakes on a Sunday. Generations of old fashioned ...

  • 36.

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    2901 E Hastings St

    Located on the east side of the city about 20 minutes out of downtown, this popular amusement park is made up of many rides, including a giant roller coaster ...

  • 37.

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    1222 Hamilton St

    This establishment is part of the city's fluid club scene. Bar None is an oasis for chic, fashion-forward Vancouverites. And you can tell by the fusion decor, cigar humidor and martini bar that this is the hangout of the ...

  • 38.

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    Commercial Dr

    Dotted with character homes, coffee shops, delis and cheap grocers; 'The Drive' is now a colorful, richly diverse street experience. Originally, the street was most ...

  • 39.

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    Robson Street

    This was where the original German community in Vancouver shopped. Robsonstrasse, as it was formerly known, was lined with delis, bakeries and ...

  • 40.

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    This is Vancouver's oldest working-class neighborhood. The area's first settlement was established in the 1880s and has a diverse mix of ethnicity, history and architecture. The ...