Another must see attraction in Vancouver is the Capilano Suspension Bridge.
In 2004, the Treetops Adventure opened. This newer attraction consists of seven footbridges, suspended between Douglas Fir trees, forming a walkway up to 30 metres (98 ft) above the forest floor.
There is a small display of birds of prey. This is an American Kestral.
After a long drive (mainly with the heavy traffic heading into Vancouver), we arrived at our apartment at around 6.30pm. The apartment block didn’t look much from the outside, but it was, in fact, very nice and we had the biggest balcony we had ever seen.
Driving in Canada is generally such a nice experience, that we decided to drive the 600+ miles from Okotoks to Vancouver.
We were all starving by the time we arrived and by pure luck, we found a lovely restaurant which was just what was needed after a long drive. Table 24 is situated in the building that was Salmon Arm’s first courthouse, built in 1929. Apparently, a portion of the kitchen, located in the basement, was used as an old jail cell. We had to take this photo from their webstie, as, unusually for us, we didn’t take a photo! – http://www.table24.ca/index.php
The food was out of this world, it was freshly prepared, and the steak was so tender, they didn’t even give you a steak knife!