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Vancouver, BC in May

A May 2003 trip to Vancouver by MaggieG

Worldmark the Canadian Photo, Vancouver, British Columbia More Photos
Quote: Our first visit to Vancouver, BC, will not be our last. It is a delightful, lovely, and cosmopolitan city.

Worldmark the Canadian

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Worldmark the Canadian Photo, Vancouver, British Columbia
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The Canadian is a high-rise apartment building with floors 19 to 24 reserved for timeshare exchanges. Our condo was a two-bedroom unit with two bathrooms. It was small, but very well designed to feel larger. It had absolutely gorgeous views of the city from its floor-to-ceiling windows that were in each room. The kitchen was very well equipped and had a breakfast bar, and there was a small dining alcove that had the floor-to-ceiling windows on two sides. I don't know how four people were expected to sit around the table – there was plenty of space for two, but the other two chairs were squashed in. There was a gas fireplace and a TV in a space above the fireplace (and the master ...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on March 2, 2004

Worldmark the Canadian
1080 Hornby Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2Y7
604.684.3500

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The sushi bar is in a very large circle with at least five sushi chefs working at the same time. Since the restaurant is on the second floor, one is torn between looking out at the view or enjoying the skill of the chefs. The chefs as well as the waitresses were very friendly and eager to help you select the perfect items for your meal.

The sushi was varied and quite delicious. Although the other Japanese food served at nearby tables looked good, we were there to stuff ourselves with delicious sushi (and we did!).

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on March 2, 2004

Kamei Royale Japanese Restaurant
1030 Georgia Street West
Vancouver, British Columbia
(604) 687-8588

Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts

Restaurant | "Pacific Institute of Culinary Art"

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This is a culinary instruction school. Your servers will be finishing their chef training and able to discuss the menu selections and describe any special cooking techniques. Be prepared to enjoy the artistry and taste of the food. It is really fine dining at a fairly reasonable price.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on March 2, 2004

Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts
1505 West 2nd Ave
Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3Y4
+1 604 734 4488; +1