Vancouver x VIFF

Vancouver x VIFF

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Preparing for a trip to attend the Vancouver International Film Festival? Here's a good list of places to go and things to do en route to Vancouver from Seattle.

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    Viti has a fine selection of local British Columbian wines including Tantalus, Kettle Valley, Laughing Stock. Check out their import lagers and ales from Japan and Germany in back. Open daily.
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    This Skytrain Station stop is the closest link from Pacific Central train station to Vancouver's downtown. Have fare ready to purchase Skytrain ticket (~ $2.50 CDN). Skytrain runs every 3 min or so.
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    Nice boutique hotel has crisp clean modest-priced rooms in Vancouver's city center. Urban village setting offers access to SkyTrain, bars + clubs, restaurants, groceries, wine, cafes and more.
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    Popular Korean grocery chain has a convenient central location in downtown Vancouver. Take escalators upstairs and find fresh produce, beverages and snacks. Get a quick bite from their food court.
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    Need batteries, sound-cancelling headphones or USB drives? Looking for something to pimp your iPhone? Look no further than Future Shop in downtown Van. Huge tech selection in central location.
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    The Listel Hotel in Vancouver's West End is a great hotel to retreat from Robson Street's bustling shopping district. Clean, comfortable rooms offer quiet and the hotel is close to izakayas and cafes.
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    The Templeton on Granville is a good breakfast and lunch counter serving up strong coffee and old-school egg breakfasts and pancakes in a retro chrome interior. Wake up with hearty fare and good food.
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    Great local sports bar with a contemporary urban man cave atmosphere; great cocktail menu and bar staff -- try the Tokyo Mule, a refreshing update on the Russian Mule. Wifi is available, too.
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    This stunning 1906 red-brick station with a clock tower modeled on the Campanile di San Marco in Venice is a major train hub for Amtrak and Sounder rail service serving Vancouver, Tacoma and Portland.
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    Great downtown bookstore presence in Vancouver near Robson Square. Drop by for a coffee, pick out some fresh reads, gift a Kobo e-reader to a friend and explore the city's best magazine rack in town.
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    Nesters Market is a great urban market in Vancouver's Granville / Yaletown neighborhood. Fresh produce, breakfast items, snacks, and yogurt are quick pick-up items for travelers and nearby residents.
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