Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Gone Botanical | Vancouver


One of the most popular back drops for many love birds for their wedding photos, tourists, and locals who love the surroundings here at the peak of Queen Elizabeth Park. It's one of the most spectacular views with a botanical surrounding. 


Before heading into Seasons for lunch, you can't get a better view of Vancouver anywhere else while having a nice meal over it. An indoor paradise, home to free-flying birds, exotic flower and plants. The Bloedel Conservatory also acts as a botanical garden, it's a defined as a 'park within a park'. 


I managed to capture a few photos of the colourful and cheerful birds while walking around the dome itself. 









After exploring the Bloedel Conservatory, we headed for Seasons for lunch. With a glass of cold ice tea and a view like that, even being in the heat is worth it. 



We ordered each of the Tasting Boards which was available on the menu. 
I can't pick a favorite one! They all had their great choices within. 

Seasons in the Park : 
Queen Elizabeth Park
West 33rd Avenue at Cambie Street
Vancouver, BC



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