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Staying at a nearby hotel so had several good chances to visit this beach. We hit it at an unseasonably warm March period and post-winter Canadians came out in droves! They knew where the good places were.
Many people enjoy at English Bay Beach because on the beach you can swim, lay on the sand and other activities. The best all, there are a lot of nice restaurants and coffee shops near by! Anyway, there are a lot of events on the...More
Love going for a walk at English Bay; good starting point to walk along the seawall. Or you can pick up a super latte from Delaney's up the street and then sit at the beach and enjoy it! Very busy area.
I frequently make it a point to be at English Bay to watch the sunset especially during the summer months. Another treat is the hot dog cart on the beach side at Davie Street. The hot dogs are very satisfying and less than $4. As...More
Take a walk down to English Bay late afternoon in the winter to get some amazing sunset views. Any time after 3pm is great if you want to get a spot on the beach for a prime view. Remember to wrap up warm though!
At the end of the road is a beautiful ocean- front bay with walking, biking, and running paths and even fishing boating if you desire. Gorgeous sunsets abound. Plenty of shopping and dining right on the bay.
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I answered this once but maybe not sent. I can't imagine why anyone would want to be on this beach at midnight. Water cold, can be windy or rainy and certainly not in an area where one would want to sleep on the beach... More
I answered this once but maybe not sent. I can't imagine why anyone would want to be on this beach at midnight. Water cold, can be windy or rainy and certainly not in an area where one would want to sleep on the beach unless desperate.