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A nice, mostly friendly and politely staffed library modelled after the Rome Colosseum, which is several storeys high and includes a small row of little shops and a cafe. There is a very large collection of books of all kinds on different floors of the...More
Took advantage of some extra time while downtown to check out the new open floor at the library. They’ve done a spectacular job of creating a wonderful atmosphere. Lots of benches to enjoy the quiet of the city. Yes quiet. Great job
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the downtown library. With two little ones in tow, we spent time in the children’s section and chanced upon Story time, thanks to the suggestion of a very helpful staff. Actually, we found all of the staff friendly, warm and...More
If you are wanting a free museum experience, just walk through the multiple levels of the library. If you are a movie buff then you might recognize it as it has been in many different films and TV series over the years. The second floor...More
While heading through the downtown area toward the harbor we stopped at a wonderful edifice that does not impose in grandiosity, but invites you to enter fulfill your intellectual curiosity. If I lived in Vancouver I would make regular trips to this library, if for...More
Great building right dt Vancouver. Stand across one of the adjoining streets and you will get a great pic of it. Walk through the courtyard and you will see the inside of the library through the glass. Great anytime of the year to get out...More
Robson Street is a shopper's paradise. Whether a window shopper or a serious trendsetter, a fashionista or a dabbler, the crowd of independent boutiques, quirky one-off shops, and well-known luxury brands on Robson Street have something to cater for every itch in your wallet. As a result, it draws a diverse crowd, and the people-watching along this famous walking thoroughfare is a primary attraction. In between the
clothing shops both high-street and budget-friendly are a number of cafes to lay down your load, as well as numerous specialty stores ranging in their wares from music, to art, to city souvenirs. Known as "Vancouver's Runway," if a new trend is on the rise, you'd spot it here first.