If you are just looking for another British Columbia, Prince George has the quiet, relaxing, warm and welcoming atmosphere. The roads to Prince George from the south offers majestic scenery that is awesome to look at and for picture taking. Prince George itself is a city filled with friendly and respectful people. I've seen very, very few graffitis, the streets are clean and quiet but not isolating. From the people at the tourism office to an ordinary guy on the street, ask for directions and they'll be so helpful to do their best to guide you. There aren't many attractions in this city and to the random traveller passing by, it might not be easy to catch a summer festivity as there aren't many. But the city itself, the people are enough to conquer your interest to come back year after year. If you're rich and famous, you'll feel safe in this city. If you're rich and infamous then you'll easily get caught because people here takes personal interests on tourist but in a good way. The arts council showcase folk and native art and prices are reasonable. Twin Rivers center has a shop and a gallery where you can find unique gifts to give away for Christmas. Compare hotel prices and cleanliness. The hotels will allow you to pre-check your room prior to booking. Some hotels have complimentary breakfast and some downtown restaurants have random comedy or musical shows, karaoke, etc but not always.
Sleep in a Prince George hotel at the end of the day after checking out small towns with lakes and picnic grounds. There isn't much picnic places in this city. It has a park, Fort George that is again, a quiet place with picnic tables and where the Fraser River can be sighted. Still not much but the people and many businesses are just great. It is a city to be recommended to those looking for serene and peace with a little city twist.
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