Beautiful Vancouver
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溫哥華港灣美麗的迷人夜景, 夜幕低垂, 金碧輝煌,璀璨迷人,浪漫
又多情!如夢似幻!

Vancouver Harbor at night as viewed from Stanley Park in Vancouver, Canada on the evening of August 7,
2009.
溫哥華高雅莊嚴雄偉又耀眼的建築, 氣勢非凡。

Vancouver Harbor as viewed from Sapphire Princess Cruise ship on the afternoon about 5 PM of
August 8, 2009 as the cruise ship was leaving its docking station, the Canada Place, in Vancouver
Harbor to start our one-week Alaska Cruise.

We arrived at Vancouver Airport at about 2 PM of August 7 to prepare for our one-week Alaska cruise.
The boarding of Sapphire Princess Cruise ship started at 12 Noon of August 8. So, we had two half
days to tour the beautiful Vancouver. We got a rental car at Vancouver Airport and toured Stanley
Park, Queen Elizabeth Park including Bloedel Floral Conservatory, VanDusen Botanical Garden and
Grouse Mountain in Vancouver.  
Flower in Bloedel Floral Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth (QE) Park
Gardens in QE Park
Flowers in QE Park
Flower in Bloedel Floral Conservatory in QE Park
Golden pheasant in Bloedel Floral Conservatory in QE Park
Flowers in Bloedel Floral Conservatory in QE Park
Western tip of the Stanley Park and Siwash Rock - an offshore volcanic outcropping
Gardens in QE Park
Another view of the red pheasant
Flowers in Bloedel Floral Conservatory in QE Park
Many colorful fish in the pond in Bloedel Floral Conservatory in QE Park
Entrance to the Bloedel Floral Conservatory in QE Park
A parrot in the Bloedel Floral Conservatory in QE Park
Flowers and plants in Bloedel Floral Conservatory in QE Park
華燈初上

Lion's Gate Bridge at night as viewed from Stanley Park in Vancouver, Canada on the evening of August 7,
2009
錦雞絢麗的羽色讓我驚歎自然造物的奇妙。

Red pheasant in Bloedel Floral Conservatory in QE Park. This beautiful bird with such long tail looks like phoenix
鳳凰 ) in many Chinese paintings.
Two raccoons at Prospect Point in Stanley Park
A view of the Lion's Gate Bridge as we were driving to North Vancouver to go to Grouse Mountain
Gardens in QE Park
Please enjoy the fantastic 360-degree panorama of beautiful Greater Vancouver area from several vantage
points at the following website of vancounver.com :

http://
pretravel.vancouver.com/

Click on the “Full Screen” button in lower center to get full screen view of the panorama

Click on the “Map” button in lower center to get the Google map to identify the area of the beautiful panoramic
view

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to get the panorama. So, click on each of these small pictures to get the corresponding panoramic view

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You can also click on the picture and drag it left or right or up or down to get various view of left, right, up or
down.



The main entrance to the Stanley Park is at (#1900) the west end of Georgia Street in downtown Vancouver.

Map: Click here to see Google Map showing the main entrance to Stanley Park


The Queen Elizabeth (QE) Park is at Cambie Street and 33rd Avenue in Vancouver.

Map: Click here to see Google Map showing the location of Queen Elizabeth Park


The photos from the beautiful VanDusen Botanical Garden and Grouse Mountain are in Part 2 of Beautiful
Vancouver at:

http://
www.shltrip.com/Beautiful_Vancouver2.html
從瞭望台眺望河景, 日夜流長的大河,夢一般消失在朦朧的遠方。

Straight of George as viewed from Prospect Point in Stanley Park
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