Best Places Vancouver

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Kasey Wilson
Sasquatch Books, Apr 1, 2002 - Travel - 400 pages
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Vancouver: one of the world's most visually arresting cities and year-round playground for Canadians and other visitors. Already in its fourth edition, Best Places Vancouver is the premiere guide to this vibrant region.An international stop-over on the Pacific Rim, beautiful Vancouver beguiles the outdoor enthusiast and the sophisticated urbanite alike. The busy waterfront provides stunning views and opportunities to swim, kayak, fish and sail. The nearby mountains are riddled with ski and hiking trails to challenge all ages and abilities. Vancouver's rich variety of ethnic communities offers up an overwhelming choice of alluring restaurants and interesting shopping options. Music festivals, professional sporting events, theatres and museums entertain visitors and locals year-round.Local food-writer Kasey Wilson tackles the city's endless and ever-changing array of restaurants, coming up with a list of the top 200, star-rated and reviewed. She lays out itineraries for neighbourhood expeditions, branching out with day trips to Whistler and Victoria. Anticipating every request, she directs readers from the mundane to the arcane, from locating a professional petsitter to viewing the Last Supper staged in life-size wax figurines.

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Kasey Wilson lives in Vancouver and is an award-winning freelance food and travel writer. She's written several guidebooks and cookbooks, and hosts a food and wine program on a local radio station.

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