When we go to Vancouver, we almost always visit Van Dusen Gardens. And so we did this time. We spent an afternoon wandering around, looking at the changes they’d made since the last time. We’ve been there so often I only took a few photos this time; click here to see the whole gallery. I’ll share a couple of examples. This is their swamp garden:
And this is the fountain in the lake, which is kind of their signature view:
Feel free to go look at the whole gallery, and also to check the gallery I shot when we visited in 2011 – click here for that link.
The second day we were there, though, we did something new. We’ve found Vancouver’s Bard on the Beach Shakespeare company to be very rewarding, so we had bought tickets to their production of the Merry Wives of Windsor. Instead of just going out there for the play, however, we decided to spend the entire day in Kitsilano, which is a charming district in Vancouver fronting on English Bay. We’d stayed in Kitsilano before, but had never just hung out on the beach.