Between meals we hung around at the hotel or went to nice places. Vancouver is a very nice city to visit. Granville Island was the Saturday morning selection. From the downtown section where we were staying it was a short walk to the tiny boats which ferry you to the island which is connected to the rest of Vancouver and isn't really an island. rsc has the book, 1000 Places to See Before You Die, and Granville Island is one of the two places selected for Vancouver, so I was happy that this was one of the places chosen by our host.
Granville Island has some nice restaurants, art galleries, gift shops, a really nice market, lots of people visiting, and a Cement Factory! Corry took us to a Gallery that she has been involved with, we stopped in a place with really nice blown glass, ogled lots of food in the market (see below), and ate lunch (did I say we did lots of eating?). Several of us had Poor Boy fried oyster sandwiches for lunch to keep up with the pacific oyster theme.
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