Chilly Days in Vancouver

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More from my trip to Canada! If you haven’t seen my first post, Snowy Days in Whistler, Canada, go ahead and check it out because I’ll be picking right back up where I left off.

So upon our arrival in Whistler, we all unpacked our bags, made hot chocolate, and snuggled in front of the fireplace, a luxury I haven’t been able to experience in what seems like forever. For the next week we spent our days on the slopes, enjoying the cold weather and the beautiful snow. I even spent one morning dog sledding which was crazy fun! I even got to learn how to drive the sled (mush…?) myself. So all in all, Whistler was incredibly beautiful and I had such an amazing time.

We spent our last day and night in Vancouver so that we could easily catch our departing flights early the next morning. After sadly leaving Whistler behind that morning, we drove back towards the coast to the city to enjoy a day of wandering around, exploring, and of course window shopping (and possibly some actual shopping haha). And wow, Vancouver is truly a beautiful city. It has main streets full of energy, excitement, and great shopping, beautiful side streets and historic districts that reminded me of famous european cities, and an amazing food scene. One of my favorite elements of the city was that everything felt within walking distance. So after doing a bit of exploring, we hurried to our dinner reservation, a funky Chinese inspired fusion cuisine called Boa Bai in Vancouver’s China Town. The food was really delicious. The menu was exciting and innovative and has some great vegetarian options which was great!

Overall, I really enjoyed visiting Whistler and Vancouver. I would definitely go back to visit and I highly recommend checking it out yourself. More pictures coming Friday!

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OUTFIT

COAT – Zara

JEANS – Zara

BOOTS – Steve Madden

SHIRT – Asos

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