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  1. A plaque commemorating Cunningham's work can be seen in the rock face above the Seawall at Siwash Rock. On September 21, 1980, the entire Seawall loop around Stanley Park was declared officially completed with the final paving between Third Beach and Second Beach. Since 1980, the Seawall has been extended outside of Stanley Park.

  2. The 10-km or 13,123-step seawall loop around Stanley Park is Vancouver’s most popular fresh-air attraction. The beautiful area now known as Stanley Park was once home to many Indigenous peoples and remains a culturally significant area for the local First Nations people today.

  3. The Vancouver Seawall runs all the way around English Bay from Stanley Park in the northeast around False Creek [citation needed] at Point Grey facing the Strait of Georgia in the southwest. This is a favourite destination for walkers, runners, bicyclists, and roller-bladers.

  4. Built-in 1912, the Sylvia Hotel is a city landmark and one of Vancouver’s greatest treasures. The location is a favorite for business travelers wanting to be out of the busy downtown core, for families vacationing on the beach, or for romantic getaways. The Sylvia Hotel is definitely one of Vancouver’s best-kept secrets.

  5. Located at the entrance to the world famous Stanley Park, Spokes Bike Rentals has been serving Vancouver locals and tourists since 1938. With the largest selection of the newest bicycles, our knowledgeable, committed staff will have you out enjoying one of the best bike rides in the world: The Stanley Park and Vancouver Seawall.

  6. Get information on Vancouver Travel Guide - Expert Picks for your Vacation hotels, restaurants, entertainment, shopping, sightseeing, and activities. Read the Fodor's reviews, or post your own.

  7. Upon leaving Vancouver, take a scenic ferry ride from the mainland through the Gulf Islands to Swartz Bay on Vancouver Island. From here, you will embark on a driving tour to Victoria. Discover Victoria’s downtown area featuring the Fisherman’s Wharf, the Inner Harbour, The Fairmont Empress Hotel, Mile 0 and the historic Chinatown.

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