Vancouver City Center Photo Walk

After the breakfast at Bel Cafe at the corner of Hotel Georgia, Polly and I took a walk along West Georgia Street.

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Here are some of the photos of Vancouver City scenery and skyline along our path. Enjoy.

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Bubbly fountains.

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We then turned to Turlow towards the Olympic Cauldron at Jack Poole Plaza next to the Vancouver Convention Center.

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Jack Poole Plaza is named in remembrance of John W. Jack Poole who was the head of the VANOC bid committee who was responsible for bringing the 2010 Winter Olympics to Vancouver.

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A close up look at the Olympic Cauldron with the North Shore mountains at the background.

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The Olympic Cauldron with the city view at the background.

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The lego like orca.

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The Vancouver Art Gallery. Unfortunately, the pool is not maintained.

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The iconic Fairmont Hotel Vancouver. That’s it for the Vancouver City Center Photo Walk. Hope you enjoy it.

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  1. Looking at the photos what immediately came to my mind was a collection of 20 photos documenting Vancouver’s history that I recently saw in the West Vancouver Archives. It’s just amazing to observe the feel of the city streets now and then and to compare the buildings that have sometimes undergone major transformations as the years passed by.

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