In what seems like a rapidly expanding city, there are old buildings waiting to be found amid the skyscrapers. Granville Street is an example. Vancouver had a lot of interesting architecture if you took the time to wander around and visit the sites. There is a plan to develop the city even further within the next twenty years. It’s really something. The Olympic area was brand new with the different Canadian Provence houses. I expect a lot from this city; while I can’t say that I would love living there (because it is so new and so rainy in the wintertime) the people were absolutely wonderful and I would love to live in their culture. That sounds like a contradiction; what I meant was that the Vancouverites were so friendly, everywhere should be like that.
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