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Best Places Vancouver. by Kasey Wilson. Written by Vancouverites, this trusted guide steers visitors to the city's best spots to eat, sleep, shop, and explore. Now completely updated with 70 percent new material, this edition features revised restaurant and lodging reviews, expanded coverage of the growing communities of West Vancouver and Richmond, and an all-new chapter on wine touring in the Okanagan Valley.
City-Smart Guidebook: Vancouver
by Raymond Chatelin
May 2000, Paperback, 272 pages, (guidebook)
Day Trips With Kids from Vancouver
by Jack Christie
June 1997, Paperback, ? pages, (guidebook)
Fodor's Vancouver & Victoria. Vancouver & Victoria features the ideal ways to navigate the museums, the slopes, and the surf. In-depth coverage includes stunning Victoria, Vancouver Island, Whistler alpine resort, and the Okanagan Valley.
Frommer's Vancouver & Victoria 2009. Insider tips on living Vancouver's cosmopolitan glitter, soaking up Victoria's old-world charms, and jumping into the region's best outdoor adventures.
Insight Guides Vancouver
by John Wilcock (Editor), Stuart Dee (Photographer)
January 1998, 3rd edition, Paperback, 260 pages, (guidebook)
The Lobster Kids' Guide to Exploring Vancouver
by Jeni Wright (Editor)
More than 150 suggestions for fun-filled family activities with ideas for all seasons, birthday parties and school field trips.
Lonely Planet Vancouver
by Chris Wyness
April 1999, Paperback, 160 pages, (guidebook)
Uncover the charm of this bustling, ethnically diverse port city, with detailed walking tours, all the must-see attractions, and restaurant recommendations.
Moon Handbooks: Vancouver
by Andrew Hempstead
March 2000, (guidebook)
From museums to the vast range of recreation opportunities, such as skiing, biking, kayaking, and hiking, as well as festivals and events, accommodations, and reviews of selected eateries. Includes Vancouver Island and Victoria.
Secret Vancouver 2010: The Unique Guidebook to Vancouver's Hidden Sites, Sounds, and Tastes by Alison Appelbe, Author and Linda Rutenberg Photographer. This revised and expanded edition includes even more secret sites, restaurants, bars, patios, bookstores, yoga classes, and other off-the-beaten-path finds. Order now...
Ulysses Travel Guide Vancouver
by Ulysses Publications
September , (guidebook)
Vancouver: A History in Photographs
by Aynsley Vogel, Dana Wyse (Contributor)
March , (non-fiction)
Vancouver: Secrets of the City
February 1999, Paperback, 192 pages, (non-fiction)
Thoroughly researched and enjoyable read on Vancouver's art and literary worlds, its gathering places, festivals, accommodations, dinning, nightlife, shopping, and transportation.
Vancouver Encounter by John Lee. Full-color pull-out map and detailed neighborhood maps for easy navigation. Our resident author recommends the very best neighborhoods, sights, restaurants, shops and entertainment. Unique itineraries and highlights help you make the most of a short trip Local experts reveal Vancouver's secrets.
Vancouver: The Ultimate Guide:
Including Whistler & the Gulf Islands
by Terri Wershler, Judi Lees
March 1999, Paperback, 6th edition, 240 pages, (guidebook)
Covers all the major attractions in Vancouver, has an extensive dining section, and helpful maps.
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