Follow @travel.i.dea : Perfect conditions at Glacier ⛰
Sometimes you're at the right place at the right time and the magic happens!
Have you been to Glacier yet!?
Like success, failure is many things to many people. With positive mental attitude, failure is a learning experience, a rung on the ladder, and a plateau at which to get your thoughts in order to prepare to try again.💐.
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É, eu sei, você foi fazer intercâmbio e agora não pode sair de casa porque está de quarentena. Para te ajudar a continuar trocando ideia com seus amigos, tá aqui uma sugestão. Que tal assistirem filmes ou séries juntos online? A dica de hoje é a expansão do Chrome chamada Netflix Party ♥️ É possível convidar amigos para assitir uma série com você e abrir um chat para conversarem sobre o que está rolando. Arraste para ver como instalar!
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Personally very excited about this one! In my 7 years in town I have eaten far too many Beef & Blue Cheeses! 🍕
Introducing a pizza place that needs no intro! @fattonyswhistler
Check out their awesome special offers on our app and stay inside! $20 large pizzas, isolation sorted 🤩
Download our app and let us be your guide through this weird time! Love ya Sea to Sky ❤️
We had snow much fun when we had the opportunity to snow shoe in BC last month. Even though I totally quit. 💜
We aren't getting out and exploring but there are still so many amazing things we are doing. Puzzle nights. Refredhing our home. Snuggles with the kitties. Movie nights. Home dance parties. And just a whole lot of love and quality time and conversation together. 💜
Is there anything better than the smell of fresh baked bread on a Saturday morning? 🍞 🙌 Go ahead, we'll wait.
Phone ahead to order a wood-fired boule from Millstone Bread, open from 10AM - 3PM today. 📸: @jesskosphoto
Taking the water taxi along False Creek is like being on a harbour tour. You can hop off on Granville Island which used to be home to factories, plants and sawmills until the early 1990s. Today you will find here the Granville Island Public Market. Moreover the area is said to be the city‘s most important cultural district with musicians playing in the streets, theatres, artisan workshops and craft studios.
The next stop on your tour might be Yaletown which once was the western terminus for the Canadian Pacific Railway. Traces of this history are the Yaletown Roundhouse hosting the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre and the warehouse district which is filled with residential loft spaces, sidewalk cafes, restaurants and shopping facilities.
Not far away is Vancouver‘s Central Library. The structure of the building reminded me of the Colosseum in Rome.