Vancouver (Black & White)

In May 2001, I had to travel abroad to renew my work visa so stay in the USA. The easiest way to do this is to go abroad. No need to go to Germany, Canada would do. So I spent two wonderful spring days in this gorgeous city.

The first day I spent in downtown, as I had to go in and out the American embassy, to take care of my paperwork. The second day, I rented a bicycle, and I was riding through Stanley park. The route out of the park leads directly into the False Creek Bicycle tour - a beautiful ride along the water, away from cars. Vancouver is a great city for bicyclists.

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The pavilion on Canada Place is a trademark of Vancouver A fountain downtown. The Totem Poles in Stanley part are pretty famous, too A Xylophon player in Stanley Park The SS Empress of Japan Figurehead, in the park as well A pond in the park The Lions Gate Bridge from underneath A stone sculpture on the beach - Blair Wich all over again! Another monument reminding us of the native Americans The skyline on this beautiful day A ferry terminal I saw on my bike trip around the False Creek A pretty manhole cover


© 2001 Michael Jastram
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