Back at it with the blogging! This month was a busy one…with planning the move, family visits, work schedules and all other goodness, it’s been a whirlwind. Which means, I have many things waiting to be shared! 🙂
Other than sleepy time, I had about 8 hrs to spend in Vancouver, and I think I used my time very wisely. Half of my time was spent at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park…which was pretty incredible.
From the airport, the Canada Line will take you from YVR to the Waterfront (Day pass, $9.75–purchased at the 7-Eleven in airport). The Waterfront is the last stop and puts you right downtown near all the action. There is a FREE shuttle to the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park that takes off every 15 minutes from the street outside the Convention Center, Canada Place. The Shuttle also makes a few other stops, like hotels in close proximity. Then over the bridge and through the woods, you arrive at the Capilano Suspension Bridge! Honestly, it’s pretty expensive to get into the park. It’s $35.95 for an adult. I was able to get a coupon, if you can hunt one down, it’s the way to go! There are many things to do once inside–I was there for a good 4 hours.
I’ll let my pictures show you around the bridge, cliff walk, and treetop adventure!
I love an adventure that means experiencing nature and the beauty of Creation. I also found the jackpot to all things Hudson’s Bay! All and all good day.