Tag Archives: Local

Slow Travel : Taylor Shellfish Farm on Chuckanut Drive

Taylor Shellfish Samish Farm Store along the scenic Chuckanut Drive in Washington State is less than two-hours from downtown Vancouver, and qualifies as a local ‘Hidden Gem’. It’s definitely a best travel and slow-food find. The Taylor family has been growing shellfish for over 100 years. If you have the opportunity to take the slow drive from Vancouver to Seattle, …

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Seattle’s Ballard Locks, Explore a Local Gem

Locally known as the Ballard Locks, the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Seattle are a beautiful outdoor centre of exciting activity in one of Seattle’s most appealing places to enjoy a perfect day for families with children, nature lovers and historic locations. This is a great, family friendly, free attraction in Seattle. It is a site maintained by the US …

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The Four Seasons Hotel Seattle for Luxury Seattle Downtown

The Four Seasons Hotel Seattle is pure quality, great location, designer furnishings, breathtaking views, excellent service, and luxurious amenities. It is the perfect choice in downtown Seattle. Four Seasons Hotel Seattle – For Business Centrally located, with all the amenities you’ll desire, the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle is an excellent and popular business hotel. Power up, recharge or unwind, its …

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Yuji’s From Japan – to Vancouver with Oishii

Local Japanese Restaurant, Yuji’s From Japan, is like a corner of Yokohama flavours in Vancouver We’re lucky in Vancouver to have Yuji’s back, this time as Yuji’s From Japan, a small but popular japanese restaurant. Yokohama trained, with French Cuisine experience, Yuji’s delivers quality Japanese food, beautiful and fresh sashimi, and some innovative small plates. Opened for less than a …

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Cheers CBC Map of Canadian Microbreweries

CBC’s Map of Local Canadian Microbreweries On the edge as always, CBC has identified that the growing love for Craft breweries is big news. “The local craft brewing industry has seen a steady growth over the last few years. In 2012, craft beer sales grew by 33 percent when compared to other wines and sprits sold in Ontario and similar …

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