It's been another couple of foggy days in Vancouver and while the pics have been great, my favorite photo of Vancouver in the fog includes the Millennium Falcon.
You can have Yaletown. When it comes to laid back, gorgeous neighborhoods in Vancouver, the south side of the bridge is best.
Road trips with kids need scheduled breaks. If you're headed between the Okanagan and the coast, the best place to stop for lunch and a little hide and seek is the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park to see the Othello Tunnels.
8 million people a year visit Stanley Park. It's a magical place for all who visit, but on the occasion of the park's 125th birthday, I go through my family archives to trace my 30+ year love affair with this crown jewel of Vancouver.
The Jelly Invasion at the Vancouver Aquarium is their summer theme that features new exhibits of jellies splashed around the facility. They're all luminescent and ghostlike and wonderful to photograph. Here are some details about our visit to the Vancouver Aquarium and how you can win some great photo gear when you experience the jelly invasion first hand!
While the Tap and Barrel in Vancouver's Olympic Village wows with dozens of taps featuring beer and wine selections along its long bar inside, it is the patio outside that makes this place a winner.
Gastown has turned into a gastronomes delight. At the recent WordCamp Vancouver, I took the chance to check out some of the new haunts on the cobbled streets of the tacky tourist district and was delighted to find The Flying Pig.