Spring Lights Illumination – Experience IT Review

On Saturday night we went to the Queen Elizabeth Park for the Spring Lights Illumination and although that didn’t quite turn out the way we thought it would, we still had a great night with you guys!

IMG_1980Luckily this time there was no snow coming down on us, so we actually got to enjoy the view. We met up at the conservatory where we all got some pretty pictures while it was still light outside. Then we went to the statue where we took our group picture as it was slowly starting to get darker. As we walked back to the conservatory we found more people that belonged to our group and we decided to walk around the park in the dark. Since they decided to cancel the Spring Lights Illumination last minute we could hardly see anything, but we did get a good laugh out of it.

After walking around for a bit we decided it might be a better idea to go to downtown to get a drink. Some of us decided to go home, the rest ended up at The Cambie and had a few drinks together to celebrate the weekend!

I hope to see you all at PuB NiGHT!

– Danielle

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International Village,
Suite 2077, 2079 – 88 West Pender Street
Vancouver, Canada -V6B 6N9-
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What to do on the Weekend

Another week is almost over and the weekend is practically around the corner. Any idea yet what you want to do in your spare time? Well, since the weather has not been that good, and the typical Vancouver rain has been as present as if it was never away – we decided to go somewhere this weekend where we can soak up some warmth and some nice atmosphere.

This Sunday we will go to the Bloedel Floral Conservatory. Wonder what that is? The Bloedel Conservatory is ‘an exotic blend of colors, sight, and sounds’. An exotic garden with colorful birds and fish, tropical flowers and trees – for me that sounds like a little piece of paradise in this rainy season. The birds are not in cages but fly around freely and some even talk, so don’t be surprised by a tiny voice saying ‘hello’ to you. Three different climate zones, the tropical rainforest, the subtropical rainforest, and the desert zone, are all under one roof in the Bloedel Conservatory.

Personally, I look very much forward to this visit, enjoying some nice warmth for once. We will meet on Sunday at 3 pm at the bus stop SB Cambie St FS w 33 Av (Stop ID: 50422). People under 19 pay $4.50 everyone else pays $6.50 for admission.

See you on Sunday guys,

Annika

 

INTERNeX International Exchange
International Village,
Suite 2077, 2079 – 88 West Pender Street
Vancouver, Canada -V6B 9N9-
Web: http://www.internexcanada.com
Email: pr@internexcanada.com

How was your weekend?

Hi everyone! Hope your weekend was great! I had a perfect weekend. On Saturday I went to Queen Elizabeth Park with my housemates. This is the second most visited park in Vancouver and on walking distance from my house! You can golf there, they have a restaurant and even an indoor Bloedel Floral Conservatory.

I think the best thing about the park is the view! You can see almost whole Vancouver, including a nice view of the mountains and Downtown Vancouver. If you’re staying in Vancouver you should definitely visit this park. Click here for more information about the park. If you have any questions about how to get there, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

I also went out on the weekend and enjoyed the weather but I’m interested in what you did on the weekend! So let me know by leaving a comment! Maybe we can share some great places to go to, fun activities to do and so on 😉

 

Cheers,

Elvera