Melody's Guidebook

Melody
Melody's Guidebook

Attractions

Granville Island is a peninsula and shopping district in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is located across False Creek from Downtown Vancouver under the south end of the Granville Street Bridge. The peninsula was once an industrial manufacturing area, but today it is a hotspot for Vancouver tourism and entertainment. Some Vancouver-based tour companies, such as Discover Vancouver Tours and Vancity Tours, offer stops at Granville Island. The area was named after Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville. The island is home to 275 businesses and facilities that employ more than 2,500 people and generate more than $215 million in economic activity each year.v Granville Island provides amenities such as a large public market, an extensive marina, a hotel, Arts Umbrella, False Creek Community Centre, various performing arts theatres including Vancouver's only professional improvisational theatre company Vancouver Theatresports League, the Arts Club Theatre Company and Carousel Theatre, fine arts galleries, and variety of shopping areas. Granville Island Public Market Apples and calabash "geese", Granville Island Public Market, 2011. The Granville Island Public Market features a farmers' market, day vendors, and artists offering local Vancouver goods. There are 50 permanent retailers and typically more than one-hundred-day vendors installs throughout the market selling a variety of artisan cottage-industry foods and handmade crafts on a rotating schedule. This location was used in the finale of the film Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011).
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Granville Island
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Granville Island is a peninsula and shopping district in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is located across False Creek from Downtown Vancouver under the south end of the Granville Street Bridge. The peninsula was once an industrial manufacturing area, but today it is a hotspot for Vancouver tourism and entertainment. Some Vancouver-based tour companies, such as Discover Vancouver Tours and Vancity Tours, offer stops at Granville Island. The area was named after Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville. The island is home to 275 businesses and facilities that employ more than 2,500 people and generate more than $215 million in economic activity each year.v Granville Island provides amenities such as a large public market, an extensive marina, a hotel, Arts Umbrella, False Creek Community Centre, various performing arts theatres including Vancouver's only professional improvisational theatre company Vancouver Theatresports League, the Arts Club Theatre Company and Carousel Theatre, fine arts galleries, and variety of shopping areas. Granville Island Public Market Apples and calabash "geese", Granville Island Public Market, 2011. The Granville Island Public Market features a farmers' market, day vendors, and artists offering local Vancouver goods. There are 50 permanent retailers and typically more than one-hundred-day vendors installs throughout the market selling a variety of artisan cottage-industry foods and handmade crafts on a rotating schedule. This location was used in the finale of the film Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011).
Lively Gastown is known for its whistling Steam Clock and mix of souvenir shops, indie art galleries and decor stores in Victorian buildings. A trendy food and drink scene includes chic cocktail lounges and restaurants serving everything from gourmet sandwiches to local seafood. Hip eateries also dot the neighbouring Downtown Eastside area, while the up-and-coming Railtown district is home to edgy fashion studios.
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Gastown Steam Clock
305 Water St
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Lively Gastown is known for its whistling Steam Clock and mix of souvenir shops, indie art galleries and decor stores in Victorian buildings. A trendy food and drink scene includes chic cocktail lounges and restaurants serving everything from gourmet sandwiches to local seafood. Hip eateries also dot the neighbouring Downtown Eastside area, while the up-and-coming Railtown district is home to edgy fashion studios.

Food scene

Located in heart of Kitsilano, food made with ingredients that are simple and fresh – just what Italian food should be. Pizza, pasta & familiar Italian dishes plus family-style platters in a stylish yet comfy setting. A great place for brunch, happy-hour and dinner. Own and operated by the famous Global Group. Their GM Racquel is a good friend of mine, and if you tell her that you're Melody's friend, she will welcome you with much hospitality.
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Trattoria
1850 W 4th Ave
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Located in heart of Kitsilano, food made with ingredients that are simple and fresh – just what Italian food should be. Pizza, pasta & familiar Italian dishes plus family-style platters in a stylish yet comfy setting. A great place for brunch, happy-hour and dinner. Own and operated by the famous Global Group. Their GM Racquel is a good friend of mine, and if you tell her that you're Melody's friend, she will welcome you with much hospitality.

Sightseeing

Sunset Beach is situated in the West End near the Burrard Street Bridge and Vancouver International Hostel. The Vancouver Aquatic Centre lies at the East end of Sunset beach right next to the North end of Burrard Street Bridge. The beach has lifeguards on duty in the warm months.
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Sunset Beach
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Sunset Beach is situated in the West End near the Burrard Street Bridge and Vancouver International Hostel. The Vancouver Aquatic Centre lies at the East end of Sunset beach right next to the North end of Burrard Street Bridge. The beach has lifeguards on duty in the warm months.