Making your birthday night memorable should be on the top of your list. Vancouver Limouisne can be hired as a surprise or may be hired for yourselves.
Either you take a tour around downtown or certain places you want to go Vancouver Limousine will take you to your desired destination. Allow us to show you our expertise. Our vehicles are equipped with multi LCD TV’s, ipod, Mp3 CD/DVD players, Fiberoptic & LED Lightning, full bar including champagne glasses & ice, starlilght ceiling, VIP Lounge in the rear area of the vehicle, disco lights and fog machine.
Vancouver Limousine offers ground transportation throughout the lower mainland, Whistler, Seattle, and Victoria. Our company offers super stretch limousines and SUV limousines and we are able to provide limousine service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to satisfy even the most demanding clients. You may arrange for our limousine services by telephone or by e-mail. Our office staff is always ready to help you answer your questions and offer an SUV limousine quote.
St Patrick is a missionary who worked in Ireland and is said to have died on March 17 in the fifth century. He played an important role in converting the inhabitants of Ireland to Christianity. Now, his feast day is an opportunity to celebrate Irish culture. Nevertheless, on March 17th, people across the country will go out on the town and partake in some Irish Restaurants etc. Why not book a limo with Vancouver Limo and have a celebratory party to St. Patrick.
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Halloween is here again! Everyone from kids to adults gets excited during Halloween Night. There are so many fun places that you could visit before Halloween Night. For the kids and adults, there is the Stanley Park Ghost Train that they can visit. The ghost train starts October 07-31, 2011. Step right up and witness death-defying acts of human daredevilry on the Stanley Park Halloween Ghost Train. The Circus of Disaster is a must-do Halloween event for young families with the right mix of fear and fun.
There is also Fright Nights that anyone could visit. Don’t miss the scariest Halloween Event in Vancouver that is being held at PNE (Pacific National Exhibition). Fright Night will be taking all over PNe on October 14-31, 2011. Fright Nights at Playland is a Halloween experience for the lovers of freaks, horror and terror. Disturbing haunted houses, freaky twilight rides, escapes axe murderers and a handful of monsters fill all the Playland making for a deathly night out.
There are also Night Clubs that provide Halloween parties for the adults. With so many places to go and people dress up and get in the Halloween spirit, the most popular nightclubs welcome eveyone in costume to party. Some nightclubs, even have prizes for the best costume. Spooky lighting and fog machines fill the dance floors as people dress in their costume. Here are a couple of Nightclubs that are having a Halloween party. Joseph Richard Club Halloween Party is scheduled on Saturday, October 29, 2011. Gossip NightClub Halloween Party is scheduled on Friday, October 28, 2011. Fortune Sound Club Halloween Party is scheduled on Saturday, October 29, 2011. Science World Halloween Party is scheduled on Saturday, October 29, 2011. Pacific Coliseum Halloween Party is scheduled on Saturday, October 29, 2011. Republic Club Halloween Night is scheduled on Saturday, October 29, 2011. Mirage Bar & Lounge Halloween Party is scheduled on Saturday, October 29, 2011.
If you need any Limo Service to go to any of the events, Vancouver Limo can provide you with this service. For more information, please call 604-874-4880 or their toll-free number is 1-866-874-1311. You could also check out their website. www.malroblimousine.com
Every year from the middle of October until the Halloween weekend, Playland is home to the Fright Nights Halloween event. During this time, haunted houses are brought in and setup in Playland and employed monsters are roaming the park scaring people. All of the parks amusement rides are in operation with the exception of the children’s attractions.
A 3D Experience
Symptoms Include: Feeling of panic, Feeling of terror, Feeling of dread, Rapid heartbeat, Shortness of breath, Trembling intense fear, Anxiety, Overwhelming desire to flee, Extreme measures taken to avoid clowns… If you’re able.
There is a new family in town. This Haunted Mansion, mastered by the deviously brilliant Dr. Luther Van Horn, has been transformed from a once lovely Manor into a house of horror. Experience the sounds of terror that travel through all crevasses of this oversized Mansion. Encounter the destructive descendants of the Van Horn family who stalk the halls of the large Manor waiting … for you.
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Looking for a fun, way as means of transportation while in
Vancouver? A limousine offers an inexpensive way to travel through
Vancouver, whether on a tour, a night out with friends, or
travelling from YVR to Port Vancouver’s premier cruise ship
facility, Canada Place, you’ll be sure to have a memorable time.
Vancouver Limousine offers many different ways to travel in style
such as a 14 Passenger Van, a 10 Passenger super stretch
limousine, or even a 16 Passenger SUV equipped with a fog machine
and disco lights.
Travelling from Vancouver International Airport to Port
Vancouver’s cruise ship terminal may seem like a lot of work, but
with Vancouver Limousine, you are picked up directly from YVR with
your luggage, whether it be a Domestic or International flight,
and transported safe and stress-free to your destination.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is located in
Richmond on Sea Island. YVR is the second busiest airport in
Canada, with flights non-stop daily to Asia, Europe, Oceania, the
United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, and other airports in
Canada. YVR also displays one of the most extensive collections of
Pacific Northwest Coast Native art in the world.
The Domestic Terminal is for flights to and from Canada.
Here is where you obtain your luggage and you will meet your
chauffer who will be waiting with a sign. Outside are were
limousine drop offs take place.
The International Terminal boasts many pieces of
Aboriginal themed art, making it one of the worlds most attractive
Airport Terminals. After you leave customs, you will enter the
public waiting area to meet your driver who will be standing near
Haida Statues holding a sign.
Arriving at Canada Place, Vancouver’s Cruise ship
facility, you will see why it is the regions main cruise ship
terminal. It is located in the heart of downtown, within walking
distance to many of Vancouver’s major hotels, and sights. It is
also approximately 45 minutes away form YVR. Most of Vancouver’s
famouse Alaskan cruises depart here. Vancouver’s second cruise
ship terminal is located at Ballantyn Pier, about 10 minutes from
downtown, and about 50 minutes from YVR.
Call Vancouver Limousine at 604-874-4880 to arrange for transportation between Vancouver International Airport and Vancouver’s Cruise Terminal.
Stanley Park is recognized around the globe as one of the great parks of the world! Vancouver’s first park and one of the city’s main tourist attractions, Stanley Park is an evergreen oasis of 400 hectares close to the downtown core. Its natural west coast atmosphere offering a back drop of majestic cedar, hemlock and fir trees embraces visitors and transports them to an environment rich in tranquility. The park abounds in wildlife and its features appeal to the naturalist, the plant lover or one who would do nothing more than relax in beautiful surroundings. There is always something happening in the park.
In Painters’ Circle, landscape artists offer the public a chance to visit an outdoor gallery with many different styles on display. The painters demonstrate their techniques to strollers and are happy to chat with park visitors. All works displayed are for sale and are the original work of the artists on-site. Closer to the Vancouver Aquarium, portrait artists draw pictures and caricatures of park visitors while they sit. Black and white or full colour, the portraits take only minutes and are prized souvenirs for many.
Theatre Under The Stars
Known by its more familiar and shorter moniker, TUTS, this theatre company, in one guise or another, has called Malkin Bowl home since 1934. That was the year former Vancouver Mayor W.H. Malkin dedicated the band shell to the memory of his late wife Marion. It should be noted that the Bowl sits on the former site of one of the park’s first entertainment gazebos. Through its long history the Bowl has seen additions, fires and reconstructions while spotlighting some of Canada’s best home-grown thespians.
Almost from the park’s inception, early pioneers were thinking of beautification on a scale that included as many varieties of plants, trees and shrubs as were available on the market. It is important to remember that the latter part of the 19th Century brought a tremendous interest in exotic plant species that were being brought into wider cultivation by the exploring, great plant hunters. This too was a booming time for conservatories and glass houses where tender plant treasures from around the world, such as orchids and palms, were finding their way into the Victorian home. Early Vancouverites also wanted to prove that the Pacific Northwest could support the finer side of horticulture.
Stanley Park was the heart of horticultural operations where nursery plants were grown in a series of greenhouses for bedding-out throughout the flourishing park system. In 1929 the Park Board secured a larger nursery site at Sunset Park and moved its major growing operation to that location. However, a number of glasshouses remained, near to where the rose arbors are now, as floral display facilities for the visiting public. These buildings were removed in the early 1960s.
Rose and Perennial Beds
The Stanley Park Rose Garden was first established by the Kiwanis Club in 1920 “to demonstrate the possibilities of rose culture in Vancouver”. The number of roses have increased during the ensuing years with over 3500 plants now on display. A stylish westcoast-inspired arbor sports a charming combination of early blooming old-fashioned rose varieties sharing space with numerous clematis plants giving this structure more than one season of blowsy bloom.
Large floral display beds slope down toward the causeway and up to the Stanley Park Pavilion area with mass plantings of perennials and annuals in summer, and bulbs in springtime. This is the park’s epicentre of bloom between June and October and in late March and April.
The newest horticultural addition to Vancouver’s premier greenspace is the Stanley Park Community Garden, constructed in the summer of 2003 and located near the tennis courts at the foot of Alberni Street. This garden includes 30 individual flower plots cared for by West End residents along with a demonstration garden of plants native to British Columbia. The native plant garden will provide people with practical information and real life examples of the beauty and utility of returning their own backyards to native habitats.
This cooperative project is a Park Partners Project created primarily through the efforts of volunteers and managed jointly by the West End Residents’ Association and the Stanley Park Ecology Society .
The Shakespeare Garden
Nestled between the Rose Garden and the forest in Stanley Park, the Shakespeare Garden pays homage to the bard. The garden is a diverse arboretum that includes trees mentioned in his plays and poems.
The prominent feature of this garden is the Shakespeare monument. It is secluded on the north side of the area. There are about 45 trees that form the arboretum that accompanies the monument. Trees designated from the works of Shakespeare have been affixed with plaques that display their appropriate quotes. These Shakespeare trees are integrated throughout the arboretum for visitors to find as they explore the garden.
Finding a variety of good food in Stanley Park is fast and easy. Park restaurants like the Prospect Point Café, the Sequoia Grill at Ferguson Point, Stanley’s Park Bar and Grill at the Stanley Park Pavilion and The Fish House offer the best of all worlds – fine dining combined with classic park ambience and sea and mountain views. Find menus and more online or by calling these restaurants directly.
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SUN YAT-SEN GARDEN, VANCOUVER, BC
Whether the sun is shining or the rain is falling, the Garden is a perfect place to visit year-round. Their covered walkways provide shelter and their beautiful vistas can be appreciated in any weather. They are wheelchair accessible and scooter friendly. Chinatown is easily accessible by car or transit and is a pleasant walk from downtown Vancouver along the historic Silk Road route. They are easy to find at 578 Carrall Street (near the corner of Carrall and Keefer), next to the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Public Park.
The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is the first full-size Chinese or “scholars” garden built outside of China, and is located in Chinatown in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is located at 578 Carrall Street and consists of a freely accessible public park and a garden with an admission fee. The mandate of the garden is to “maintain and enhance the bridge of understanding between Chinese and western cultures, promote Chinese culture generally and be an integral part of the local community”.
The garden was built in 1985-1986. The outer park was designed by architects Joe Wai and Donald Vaughan, while the inner garden was conceived by Wang Zu-Xin as the chief architect, with the help of experts from the Landscape Architecture Company of Suzhou, China. Funding for the project came from the Chinese and Canadian governments, the local Chinese community, and other public and private sector sources, and it opened on April 24, 1986, in time for Expo 86.
Because the climate in Vancouver is similar to that of Suzhou, many of the same plant varieties are found in the garden as in its Suzhou counterparts. The plants were chosen according to their blossom schedules in order to emphasize seasonal changes, especially the “awakening” in spring. They are also selected to invoke the symbolic, historical, and literary meaning of each plant and are used sparingly, in contrast to western gardens, and provide colour through all the seasons.
Classical Chinese gardens employ philosophical principles of Feng Shui and Taoism, striving to achieve harmony and a balance of opposites. Craggy rocks, for example, are juxtaposed against delicate foliage. Water is also an important element of the garden, and the large pond offers stillness, sound, a reflection of the sky, and helps to unify the other elements. Fish and turtles live in the garden and also serve a symbolic purpose. Bats, dragons, and phoenixes, and are represented in objects throughout the garden. Numerous large rocks are strategically placed and are intended to represent mountains concealing and revealing park elements.
The garden is named in honour of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, a nationalist leader who is considered the “father of modern China.” The attribution is not arbitrary, as it emphasizes his connection with Vancouver. While traveling the world to raise awareness of, and funding for, the Chinese nationalist movement, Sun Yat-Sen stayed in Vancouver on three different occasions for extended periods. At the time, there was a significant presence of Chinese nationalists in British Columbia, who helped finance the Chinese nationalist revolution that overthrew the Qing Dynasty in 1911. Sun Yat Sen subsequently became the first president of the Republic of China.
Please note that the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Park and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden are two separate entities, linked by the artificial pond. While the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is all of the above, the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Park is a public park built in a Chinese style, with mostly North American materials.
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VANCOUVER WINE TOURS
ATTENTION TO ALL WINE APPRECIATOR: wine touring is a BIG recommendation for y’all. Not only will you learn heaps stuff in the wine area, you’ll have fun while learning!
Why are wine tours worth the time?
One of the main reasons why people participates wine tours is education. According to people who enjoy tasting wine, they tend to crave more knowledge of wine thus using wine tours to learn more about wines. Aside from that, wine tours are also used for entertainment, celebration, honeymoons, and/or vacations.
Wine tours can offer you a breathtaking adventure abounded with a vast number of boutiques for tasting. From winery visits to wine tasting to wine exploring of wine regions, wine tours is the most exploring wine related event. Food, beverages, and tours of wine areas, entertainment and much more will be offered in great wine tours.
With Vancouver’s numerous wineries that has served us for many years, it’s the best experience and opportunity a wine-lover can have. It’s a ONE-OF-A-KIND thing!
As Vancouver’s #1 Limousine Service, Classic Limousine Service will be a great choice to transport you to wine tours in Vancouver utilizing their luxurious mini bus. This vehicle can hold a maximum of 14 passengers with a very stunning interior.
Here’s a variety of places that offer wine tours in BC:
Blackwood Lane: Tasting Room Availability from 11:00am to 5pm Tuesdays through Sundays
Domaine de Chaberton: Winery Tours daily: February to November begins at 2pm to 4pm. On January, tours begin on 3pm
The Fort Winery: Must book an appointment four winery tours
Lotusland Vineyard: To book an appointment, must require a group of 6 or more people. Includes barrel sampling
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