History and ghost lore: Haunted Vancouver Trolley Tours are back

Haunted Vancouver TrolleyLadies and ghouls it’s time to hop on a historical Halloween tour and immerse yourselves in Vancouver’s murderous history and local ghost lore.

From October 18 – 31, Vancouver Trolley Company and the Vancouver Police Museum hosts the Haunted Vancouver Trolley Tours, a two and a half hour journey through Vancouver’s prim and proper houses by day and rumored ghost hangouts by night.   Continue reading:
History and ghost lore: Haunted Vancouver Trolley Tours are back

The Vancouver Trolley Company’s Karaoke Christmas Lights Tour (Free Tickets!)

Trolley, Vancouver.

 

December 9th– 24th, 2011 Join The Vancouver Trolley Company and sing your favourite holiday carols while visiting two of Vancouver’s most spectacular light displays. Festively decorated Trolleys equipped with karaoke machines for your seasonal singing enjoyment will depart from the Vancouver Christmas Market on Hamilton Street (Queen Elizabeth Theatre) at 6:30PM.

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The Vancouver Trolley Company’s Karaoke Christmas Lights Tour (Free Tickets!)

Karaoke Christmas Lights Tour with Vancouver Trolley Company

It may not be a one-horse open sleigh, but for a seasonal tour of some of Vancouver’s top holiday light displays that also lets you jingle all the way, you can’t beat the Vancouver Trolley Company’s Karaoke Christmas Lights Tour.

Every December, the Vancouver Trolley Company decks the halls of its old-fashioned wooden trolleys and outfits them with karaoke Christmas carol machines, turning a three-hour Vancouver tour into fun-filled entertainment for all ages.  The tour starts at the Vancouver Christmas Market—so you can hop on after an afternoon of gift shopping—and proceeds through downtown Vancouver to its first holiday stop: Stanley Park’s Bright Nights light display.

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Karaoke Christmas Lights Tour with Vancouver Trolley Company

A Vancouver Experience

photo credit: flickr/bkang83

The following article was submitted by Charles Duncombe, Director of UK holiday company Holidaysplease. Having heard so much about Vancouver he was determined to try and experience as much of it as possible…

I hate missing out on things. Whether it’s a party, a wedding…anything. You could probably trick me into doing the washing up just by saying that lots of other people have great fun doing it.

I was therefore determined not to miss out on anything that Vancouver had to offer.

I planned my trip with military precision. I chose to stay at the Fairmont Waterfront so I was near attractions in the North of the city such as Stanley Park, the Vancouver Aquarium, Grouse Mountain and the Capilano Suspension Bridge. I even planned the direction of our driving to be against the flow of rush hour traffic!

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A Vancouver Experience