A Trip North – Seattle, WA and Vancouver, B.C. Part II

vancouver, b.c. was amazing. we were blessed with clear skies and sunshine all weekend. we stayed near yaletown at the rosedale on robson hotel which was walking distance to downtown.

if you are looking for great eats, visit the restaurants in yaletown. the menus were amazing, literally, you wanted to order every last item. what’s even better is that the food was to die for. if you are gluten free like us, check out romer’s burger bar. you won’t forget it.

of course, since i love the typical touristy activities we visited the public market on granville island, shops, food, drinks and entertaining street attractions.

The Public Market on Granville Island | Positively, LacyThe Public Market at Granville Island | Positively, Lacy

Public Market at Granville Island | Positively, Lacy
The Public Market at Granville Island | Positively, Lacy
The Public Market at Granville Island | Positively, Lacy The Public Market at Granville Island | Positively, Lacy The Public Market at Granville Island | Positively, Lacy
not too far away from downtown vancouver is the lynn canyon park. the park is over 600 acres and has a suspension bridge 164 feet in the air. there are several hiking trails and swimming holes. while crossing the suspension bridge, you see beautiful views of the deep pools below and the waterfall off to the side. the cherry on top to this next adventure? the park and suspension bridge is free!

Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge | Positively, Lacy

Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge | Positively, Lacy
Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge | Positively, Lacy

Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge | Positively, Lacy
Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge | Positively, Lacy
Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge | Positively, Lacy

Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge | Positively, Lacy
another item off the bucket list.

happy travels!

positively,
lacy

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