Bus from Bellingham Airport to Vancouver
Buy bus ticket from Bellingham Airport to Vancouver online
Bus to Vancouver from Bellingham Airport, wireless internet services is included, buying the ticket online makes it cheaper and faster than purchasing it over the phone or at the location.
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Information about Vancouver:
Considered the world’s fourth best city to live in, Vancouver however, is the 56th most expensive city in the world! In any case, if you’re not planning to set up home in Vancouver, how about attending the Winter Olympics in 2010?
Overall, Vancouver is quite a melting pot of cultures. It has often been dubbed the ‘city of neighborhoods’ too. People of English, Scottish, and Irish origins are historically the largest ethnic groups in Vancouver but it has now the largest and diverse group of Chinese-speaking people. Areas like Punjabi Market, Little Italy, Greektown and Japantown all jostle together and bilingual hoardings are common place. A steadily inflowing Latin American population has made Vancouver home alongside the gays and the Indonesians, Koreans and Cambodians too. There is also a huge aboriginal community in Vancouver.
Vancouver was the second Canadian city to legalize same-sex marriages as a constitutional right and downtown Davie Street has the maximum number of gay clubs and bars. The gay pride parade is the annual event and one of the largest of its kind in America.
Vancouver has a host of Edwardian buildings including Sun Tower and Vancouver Art Gallery building. Tourists can also check out the Vancouver Maritime Museum, HR Macmillan Space Centre, Museum of Anthropology and the Science World Interactive Museum.
Vancouver is also known across America for an urban planning movement that came to be called ‘Vancouverism’ and is characterized by high-rise residential and mixed-use development in urban centers. Other historic sites in Vancouver include the Christ Church Cathedra and the Vancouver Library Square.
Dry summers with almost drought-like conditions and a rainy winter mark Vancouver. There is little snow too. Overall it experiences an unusual temperate climate as compared to rest of Canada and Vancouver is known for its outdoor recreational facilities.
And, for those wanting to explore Vancouver, apart from the charter bus service a phone call away, very popular is the Big Bus service that offers the a Vancouver City Tour. Tourists can take a vintage double-decker bus or, unique topless convertible bus and check out the city. A 90-minute tour from the English bay beach to the snow-capped mountains and guides offering commentary in six languages, Vancouver is one ethnic experience.