Monday, December 31, 2007

Window on Canada: Travel Photos from 2007


Peace Arch International Park located between BC-Washington



Aboard the Prince of Whales from Victoria to Vancouver, BC



BC's Okanagan Wine Country is a colorful place to visit



Over the rainbow at La Punta Norte B&B on Lake Okanagan



The Thompson-Okanagan is a riot of tastes and fragrances



Grapes on a barrel lie in wait at Oliver's Black Hills Winery






The view in Vieux Montreal is perfect for people watching



Shoppers at historic Jean-Talon Market in Montreal



Premiere Moisson Bakery has an outlet in Jean-Talon Market



Do you expect people in Montreal not to talk while they shop?



A view from our room at Montreal's Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel



Richmond, BC is known for its variety of Asian restaurants


Steveston Village has Canada's largest commercial fishing fleet



PaJo's in Steveston Village is famous for its fish 'n chips



BC Ferries is a scenic way to see the beautiful Gulf Islands



Poultry is popular at Salt Spring Island Cheese Company



Do Imelda Marcos' offspring live on Salt Spring Island?






Vancouver's 2010 Winter Olympics are only two years away



Stanley Park's trees were destroyed in a major wind storm



A view across Coal Harbour from Stanley Park's bicycle path



Springtime tulips in bloom at Vancouver's English Bay



Although Victoria is Canada's fittest city, Vancouverites work out, too



The Opus Hotel Vancouver in Yaletown is home to cool beds



Red Fish, Blue Fish is Victoria's newest fish 'n chips spot



A seagull takes a break atop an old church in Nanaimo, BC



The Dinghy Dock Pub is a foot ferry away from Nanaimo


Nanaimo bars and Diana Krall are both from Nanaimo



Passengers await VIA Rail in Courtenay on Vancouver Island




The Whistler Mountaineer on its journey to Whistler



Breakfast, tea and scenery aboard the Whistler Mountaineer





All photographs by Sue Frause 2007


2 comments:

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