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"Tourist Hot Spot"
Take a full day to explore this shopping and entertainment favorite, a destination on everyone's best-of list.The island is five minutes from Downtown and houses the famous Emily Carr College of Art- an artistic space. Brimming with vibrancy, Granville Island offers something for everyone; whether it is a gallery for the artistic mind or a high end fashion boutique for the shopaholics. Liken it to a town square, rather a town square island given its size, because this is where communities from all over Vancouver flock, to pick fresh fruit, veggies and baked goodies from their Public Market. In this market, only the best fishermen, butchers, and farmers display goods, thus never allowing a doubt to loom over quality. Besides shopping, the island is also famed for recreational purposes like sea kayaking, canoeing and other water sports. After a tiring day of touring around, head to the the quiet end of the island, where the large Granville Island Hotel awaits you.
1669 Johnston Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6H 3R9
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"Tourist Hot Spot"
Take a full day to explore this shopping and entertainment favorite, a destination on everyone's best-of list.The island is five minutes from Downtown and houses the famous Emily Carr College of Art- an artistic space. Brimming with vibrancy, Granville Island offers something for everyone; whether it is a gallery for the artistic mind or a high end fashion boutique for the shopaholics. Liken it to a town square, rather a town square island given its size, because this is where communities from all over Vancouver flock, to pick fresh fruit, veggies and baked goodies from their Public Market. In this market, only the best fishermen, butchers, and farmers display goods, thus never allowing a doubt to loom over quality. Besides shopping, the island is also famed for recreational purposes like sea kayaking, canoeing and other water sports. After a tiring day of touring around, head to the the quiet end of the island, where the large Granville Island Hotel awaits you.
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1669 Johnston Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6H 3R9
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