No matter how you feel about the season ahead, these upcoming November and December weeks provide plenty of excuses to happily cozy up indoors—or to get out into that fresh PNW air—with those you love most.
One of the best parts of living in Seattle—in addition to the spectacular summers here—is our proximity to amazing weekend adventures.
Getting to know this happenin’ zone’s waterside parks + trendsetting patios.
Ask any Vancouver resident their thoughts on Yaletown, a thriving neighborhood along the south side of downtown’s peninsula, and he or she likely has an opinion. Whether it’s a destination for weekend spin classes, a celebratory night on the town or simply enjoying some of the best people-watching around, it’s clear that this chic zone is a place to “see and be seen.”
Some of our favorite places in Vancouver.
There is so much to explore in Vancouver’s many vibrant and diverse neighborhoods, including outdoor activities, walking the city, and delicious places to eat and drink. Here are some of our must-do’s when we visit Vancouver. The US Dollar is still strong, with $1USD = $1.37CAD so it can be an affordable weekend getaway.
Experience British Columbia’s Spirits Culture in Vancouver, BC
Canada’s premier showcase and response to the Pacific Northwest’s PROOF event of artisan distilleries takes place Saturday, April 8, with 34 regional, small batch and micro-distilleries pouring samples at the 4th annual BC Distilled festival at the Croatian Cultural Centre.
The panoply of languages, diversity of cultures, and stylishness of its inhabitants give Vancouver it’s vibrantly unique personality. People from all over the world and all walks of life share the busy downtown sidewalks in this cosmopolitan city.
VanCity’s newest and oldest hotel is the perfect vantage to soak in the city.
As the fall days settle around us like a nesting blanket and the waning summer renders bikinis obsolete, thoughts turn to weekend getaways that provide culinary comforts and creature
Live-it-up like a stylin’ Vancouverite in the metropolis up North.
As a Seattleite, we appreciate the big city, small town feel of the Emerald City, but every so often we crave just a little more, so we escape to the metropolis up North. A quick two and a half hour drive lands you in the big lights and big city of Vancouver, British Columbia, our glamorous sister city.
The annual festival hits the road for the first time, stopping in BC.
Think you can call yourself a drink aficionado?
Unless you’ve attended Tales of the Cocktail, think again.