Nary a soul was around this path leading to a most serene seating area of reflection at an Okanagan Falls winery. It brought Robert Frost's The Road Not Taken to life: "I took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference." The only thing missing was the actual glass of wine because, afterall, the combination of poetry and wine is as natural a match as chocolate and peanut butter. But what about poetry and wine and chocolate? ... hmmm... with peanut butter later of course. Oh, and cheese because there's wine. I need a really big picnic basket.
If you enjoy parks, trees, outdoor recreation and the like then Stanley Park is probably one of the places in Vancouver you visit if you're a tourist, or frequent if you're a local. The seagulls here are spending their rainy Sunday morning sitting on the Stanley Park Seawall, which is a 20+km path along Vancouver's waterfront from the Convention Centre on Burrard Inlet (Coal Harbour), around Stanley Park past the Lions Gate Bridge, and into the English Bay Promenade. Bring your walking shoes, a bicycle or rollerblades and a picnic lunch to experience the purest form of nature in the middle of the city.
Map sourced from Vancouver Entertainment