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Enjoy long weekends in Vancouver

Victoria Day Weekend is upon us, followed by Memorial Day Weekend in the US on May 27th . Two great long weekends to enjoy Vancouver and all it has to offers!

Located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver is the perfect location to spend time, bike, jog, sightsee  and relax. Enjoy this cosmopolitan city and the super friendly Vancouverites.

“The summer holiday” spirit in Vancouver has begun with many travelers arriving from around the world. It is time to enjoy the nearby beaches, parks, sailing, golfing, and much more.

Stay at the Wedgewood Hotel and Spa centrally located in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Steps from shopping, cultural events and a variety of international culinary high-end restaurants. Bacchus Restaurant has just received another award for “Best Hotel Dining/Bar“ by Where Vancouver Magazine.

While staying at the Wedgewood, relax and prepare your skin for the summer hot months at the luxurious award-winning Spa at the Wedgewood.

Vancouver offers, hundreds of summer events which make this city an animated and exciting destination. Children, music, art, theater are all part of the repertoir of event.

In a couple of days, Vancouver International Children’s Festival will begin from May 23th until June 3th, 2012 and for theater lovers, don’t miss  the Vancouver Shakespeare Festival at Bard on the Beach from May 31st until September 22th, 2012. One of Canada’s largest non- profit, professional Shakespeare Festivals. This event takes place in Vanier Park by Kitsilano beach under the summer sky and it is an unforgettable experience.

 Come and enjoy Vancouver with us!


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