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About Vancouver chalet and vacation home rentals

Vancouver sits on the pacific coast in a harbor and is a home to several million people. The original settlement was called Gastown in 1867 but quickly renamed into Granville. Railroad access prompted the change to Vancouver in 1886. The port became a vital like between the orient and eastern Canada after the railroad connected it in 1887. Today the port is the fourth largest in North America and the busiest in Canada. Outside the city there is an abundance of nature with lots of hiking, biking, camping, fishing and wintertime skiing opportunities. Local festivals, theater companies, museums, sporting events, urban parks, shopping and other attractions also abound. If you aim for a September visit you might consider tickets to the Vancouver International Film Festival. Even if you go other times the venue often has independent films on showcase. Music wise, the scene is typically on the cutting edge, and there are many live music venues you can choose from to hear the up and coming musicians. Festivals are also offered like the Vancouver Folk Music Festival and the Vancouver International Jazz Festival. For ethnic entertainment there are thriving Chinese and Indian cultural groups that showcase their talents. As expected in a big town you can find many places to eat, shop and sightsee. You can also charter a boat in the harbor here for deep sea fishing, take a sailing cruise or even find places to horseback ride.

With so much to do in Vancouver you can find a condo, villa, cottage or chalet rentals through Cottageme.com as the ideal solution to deal with multiple rooms.

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