Scenic Runs in Vancouver

Last week, I spent some time in Vancouver.  I could put in a couple of nice runs.

On Monday, I ran to the west from my hotel to Stanley Park.  It was snowing a bit.

A seaplanes in the harbor.

Private boats at a marina.

Totem poles at the entrance of the park.

A statue of Harry Winston Jerome - he must have been an amazing runner.

A view of the city from the park.

 Bikers resting at a view spot.


A light house.

A view of the bridge at the pillar.

Canadian flags 

Inukshuk at English Bay Beach.

Storage tanks by Granville Street Bridge are decorated with art.

A hotdog stand by my hotel.

On Saturday morning, I ran east from my hotel.

Gastown - the tall building is Harbour Centre.

Interesting painting on a wall of a building.

A statue by National Works Yard.

Cavalia show tent.

BC Place seen across False Creek.

A view of False Creek from Cambie Bridge.

Close-up of BC Place.

A bus drives in Gastown.

A big crane.

Angel of Victory Statue build by Canadian Pacific Railroad after WWI.

Taxis wait by the Cruise Ship Terminal.

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