VHF Burrard Street Walk – Christ Church Cathedral

The Christ Church Cathedral was the highlight of my walking tour along Burrard Street organized by the Vancouver Heritage Foundation.  This tiny unassuming church has been on the corner of Burrard and Georgia Streets since 1889.  It may look like an old English countryside church on the outside, but the inside is magnificent. We were very fortunate to have one of the pastors, Peter Elliot, … Continue reading VHF Burrard Street Walk – Christ Church Cathedral

VHF Burrard Street Walk – the Central Business District

Burrard Street is home to our current Central Business District.  It is where Vancouver does business.  The stretch from Hastings south to Georgia is home to most of the corporate headquarters in British Columbia. We walked south along Burrard from the Marine Building while Maurice, our guide extraordinaire once again, introduced some of the buildings to us.  One of the first buildings we came across … Continue reading VHF Burrard Street Walk – the Central Business District

VHF Burrard Street Walk – Revisiting the Marine Building

I said I would visit the Marine Building again one day after my last tour of it with the Vancouver Heritage Foundation.  However, it took another VHF tour to get me back to the building.  This time, instead of walking down West Hastings, we were starting a Burrard Street heritage walking tour.  Again, the Art Deco designs with the local Pacific Northwest touches is an … Continue reading VHF Burrard Street Walk – Revisiting the Marine Building

Travel on my mind – Tokyo Timelapse

Another week and another set of videos that I’ve perusing.  I’ve got travel on my mind, but I don’t have any near-term plans for heading out of town.  I should be doing a more in-depth blog, but sloth is creeping in (and so are video games, I must confess).  However, if you love travel and you love videos of foreign locales, then I’ve got a … Continue reading Travel on my mind – Tokyo Timelapse