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Kerrisdale is Vancouver's laid-back shopping district. In contrast to Robson Street, there is more on offer, at more competitive pricing and a slower pace. Called "The Village" colloquially, over 200 storefronts and one-off shops crowd its streets with products and services. It is set in a comparatively sleepy part of town, with tasteful homes and tree-lined walks. Many of its buildings are listed on the Heritage registry, making it a wonderful place to amble and take in the visual history. Moreover, Kerrisdale's healthy consumer culture is especially apt for those interested in culinary, specialty, or children's shops, boasting more of these than anywhere else, meaning that it's a busy spot for families and hobbyists on the weekends.
Ryerson United Church is a nice little old church. The acoustic is great. I went there to a joint performance of the Elektra women’s choir with the Vancouver Men’s Chorus. It was a wonderful performance in a good environment. The organ is also very interesting: It is pretty large and electric controlled.
This is a fabulous place. They are extremely clean, sterilize all their instruments, offer time and care in their appointments, and generally are what customers want from a first class salon. Please don't tell many people about them, because they are a well-kept secret.
nice course. practice area, driving range mats only. Front 9 fairly easy, back 9 really tough.. long holes, hills to hit up to, need long drives to reach fairway. played on a day after 2 days of rain, rough impossible. greens fairly slow due to rain.
Not so easy to locate, but they have two hour free parking underground very nearby. You cannot make reservations so be prepared to stand in line. They will take your cell # and text you when a table is ready. It is worth the effort of waiting. Excellent and high quality sushi/sashimi dishes as well as hot dishes. The menu...
We came for lunch today with our family. We have not been hear for a long time. The food was good and served hot. However, compared to the dim sum restaurant we go to often, the variety of dishes served is not large.
Golden Ocean serves the traditional way on carts, which is nice, but the same items kept coming...