An Inexpensive Night and Lessons Learned

Lonsdale Quay

When you live way out in the suburbs and decide at the last moment to take a trip into Vancouver to do something specific, like go up to the observation deck at Harbour Center, it might be a good idea to check and make sure that it’s actually open first.  While the Top of Vancouver restaurant might be open, we didn’t really feel like dropping a hundred bucks on dinner just for the view.  So we’ll be going back in March when the observation deck reopens.

So after driving all that way, we decided to hop on the SeaBus and head over to Lonsdale Quay.  Yeah, it was late at night, and everything was closed, but this was about dealing with cabin fever, and just getting out and doing something.  It didn’t matter what.

After that it was time to start the long drive home, but even then it wasn’t just along the Barnet Highway, but down Broadway instead. 

Yeah, it’s hardly the most exciting night we’ve ever had, but it was great to just get out for awhile.  And it wasn’t the standard, “Let’s drive down to English Bay” type of situation.

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