|Another scenic and awesome ride on the third day.|
Yes it was already the third day in Vancouver I just could not sleep well I had only a mere 4 hours sleep. The sky outside the window was already bright at 4.00am and I told myself to start cycling as early as possible.
|So I took out the bike and headed for Granville Street where I planned to have my breakfast at the market.|
|Welcome to the Public Market of Granville Island.|
|I was early the market only opens at 9.00am some of the wet retailers were still preparing their stalls.|
|So I went loitering around the market and taking more pictures.|
|Most of the F&B stalls open at 11.00am and I wanted to try the Wan Tan Noodle but it was not ready. Meanwhile a cup of coffee to start the day.|
|9.00 o'clock is the opening if you do no want to waste time waiting.|
Nice and beautiful scenery I enjoyed while loafing.
Inside the market.
|At last my Wan Ton Noodle appeared in front of me, nothing like the ones in Kuala Lumpur.|
Some of the corners of at the market.
|I realised that there are certain streets dedicated for cycling with a bicycle sign at the road signs for a safer riding.|
|I had two difficulties to find the park, first was I could not see any road sign leading to the place and my GPS device do not have a Canadian map. I went several wrong directions but eventually got it.|
|The beautifully maintained park viewed from the top.|
|One of the markers to assist you to identify the several mountains view from the park.|
The popular life size statues for photo taking at Queen Elizabeth Park.
|A clock at the entrance presented by the Lions Club.|
|Bloedel Conservatory & the dancing fountain.|
|I was attracted by a cemetery named Mountain View Cemetery as I was riding back.|
|A place for Vancouver to remember.|
|Intentionally I extended my route to east side of Vancouver as I was heading back to West Hastings Street and somewhere at East Georgia Street I saw this mural of legend Jimi Hendrix.|
|A simple "Siu Mai" for lunch at Canada Place.|