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Losing With Pride

Traveling to Vancouver in December

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Go on a fishing charter if you've got a few hundred to spend.

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Hit up the capilano suspension bridge its really cool on a rainy day too just dress for the weather

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Go to any bar and wonder why there are so few people there and why they're so unfriendly.

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My company is paying for a room at the Hilton but only one night, so I can either stay there or go somewhere else. The problem is that this is the Hilton Airport in Richmond... So basically to downtown Vancouver it is $40 each way. Should I stay somewhere more central for the other 2 nights?

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Meat&Bread

This place will change you, especially if eating at the Cave or Fudruckers is your usual Saskatoon dining experience! :lol:

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Or.... $2.50 per person to take the skytrain each way.

Just head over to any registered faredealer like a 7-11 and pick up a faresaver booklet. 10 1-zone tickets for any kind of transit for $21.

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You'll be a short walk from the skytrain, so no worries. Although, downtown Richmond has become a congested, ugly core, there are so many great spots to eat in the area. If you're into Pho, there's a dive just East of No. 3 Road on Westminster....North side of the street. I'll find the name for you...

And you're a quick bus ride from Steveston, as discussed earlier.

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Hey guys thank you for all of the input. I am coming from Saskatoon! Hurray!
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Go to any bar and wonder why there are so few people there and why they're so unfriendly.

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You'll be a short walk from the skytrain, so no worries. Although, downtown Richmond has become a congested, ugly core, there are so many great spots to eat in the area. If you're into Pho, there's a dive just East of No. 3 Road on Westminster....North side of the street. I'll find the name for you...

And you're a quick bus ride from Steveston, as discussed earlier.

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Not really sure what's enjoyable in the wet winter season. If it was the summer, I'd suggest the Canopy Walkway at UBC. or the harbour cruises (oh, there is a carol ship dinner cruise but it's more expensive and who knows if it's worth the extra money). Or you can take the aquabus instead to/from granville island market for a mini venture on water. OR take the seabus from waterfront station to lonsdale quay for some market fare and shopping.

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Not really sure what's enjoyable in the wet winter season. If it was the summer, I'd suggest the Canopy Walkway at UBC. or the harbour cruises (oh, there is a carol ship dinner cruise but it's more expensive and who knows if it's worth the extra money). Or you can take the aquabus instead to/from granville island market for a mini venture on water. OR take the seabus from waterfront station to lonsdale quay for some market fare and shopping.

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Or.... $2.50 per person to take the skytrain each way.

Just head over to any registered faredealer like a 7-11 and pick up a faresaver booklet. 10 1-zone tickets for any kind of transit for $21.

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Sky trains free bro

I hope you're not serious unless you are trying to scare him away from Vancouver forever

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