Water Taxi.


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We went to Granville Island, which is one of our favorite places in Vancouver, B.C. again. It was a beautiful, hot and sunny day.
13 August 2010
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False Creek Ferries.

We took one of the False Creek Ferries.

Tok relaxing.

“Twenty-eight years and over 11 million passengers later, the “little blue ferries” are firmly established as an integral part of public transit in Vancouver, offering a unique perspective on one of the most vibrant areas of the city.False Creek Ferries.

Science World

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The dogs were allowed on the water Taxi as well and loved it.

Granville Island in Vancouver

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6 comments

    • You will love Granville Island 😉

      I think it is quite reasonable,less than the price of a movie ticket, we did the 40 Minute Cruise for $10 per Adult, the dogs were free.

      There is a All Day Pass for $14 per Adult, so you can get on and off at Granville Island, Chinatown, Yaletown, Stamps Landing, Science World, Seawall at Stanley Park, etc.

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  1. Oh how gorgeous, Tok!! Thanks for taking me straight back to beautiful Granville Island! Although we were there mid winter, it was wonderful. A brilliant solo guitarist was playing on the quayside, while Dave photographed the gulls 🙂

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    • I’m so glad you like it too, there are more photos coming soon 😉

      There are some very talented buskers.

      Seagulls and the kids especially make great photos. Do you have photos on your blog?

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  2. Hi Toks, loved your pictures and the tour! Just dropped in to say hi. I didn’t even know that you can actually blog on FB – hehehehe. Proud of your advanced skills! :-))

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