What to See When you Have 5 1/2 Hours in Vancouver, Canada

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IMG_2859 Buildings and trees reflected in the trees, with a water feature/pond running between the buildings in Vancouver, Canada. Photo by Cecilia Kennedy

After a rump-numbing, two-hour wait at the Washington/Canadian border, you’ll have plenty of time to avoid all of the traditional touristy things in Vancouver because they will all close in one hour and the line to see them will be at least two hours long. This situation eliminates the pressure of having to see the aquarium, the Capilano Suspension Bridge, the Fly Over Canada ride, Gaston, Yaletown, and Granville Island—all in one day. Before blaming the family for not leaving the house earlier—even when you got up at 5 a.m. to do the week’s grocery shopping so you wouldn’t hold anyone up—AND—even though you wrote on your calendar “get a Nexus Pass,” but you went to the zoo instead, don’t fret. Put on your walking shoes and…

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