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La Vielle Capitale | A Beginner's Guide to Quebec CityVieux-Quebec is what first attracts visitors to the much-loved capital city of Canada's French-speaking province. The 400-year-old fortressed heritage district is as romantic as they come with beautifully preserved architecture, historic fortifications and a tangle of cobble-stoned lanes brimming with galleries, artist studios, boutiques, restaurants and museums.Take a look at our beginner’s guide to Quebec City for the inside track on what to see while you’re in town.

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Looking for the inside track on the beating heart of Canada's west coast? We've asked the folks at Inside Vancouver to delve into the best bits of Downtown Vancouver and share their top tips on everything from coffee to architecture and even the area's best French fries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pit for your Supper | VancouverNo such thing as a free lunch? The residents of Vancouver would disagree. At the Irish Heather gastropub in Gastown you can roll up your sleeves, help pit fruit and be rewarded for your hard work with a comunal dining experience.

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Vintage Cocktails In VancouverA splash of nostalgia, a dash of dark spirits and a pinch of good old-fashioned fun complete the recipe for vintage cocktails in Vancouver...

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Five of the Best Viewpoints in Vancouver

by Moderator March 2013 - last edited April 2013

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Want to know where to find the best viewpoints in our newest west coast destination? It’s hard to go wrong in a city as superbly situated as Vancouver, but here’s some dependable favourites to start you off…

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Hardy Trails: Mountain Biking In Vancouver

by Community Manager March 2013 - last edited April 2013 by Moderator

Hardy Trails | Mountain Biking In VancouverWhether you’re looking for downhill, cross country, free-ride, or mountainous bicycle trails, British Columbia has it all. Famous for downhill biking, Vancouver’s North Shore has even entered the sport’s vocabulary in recognition of its tough technical descents.

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