Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver
There’s not every time a huge beautiful park is named after Our Queen, isn’t there? We do in fact live in a colony, and our Queen is Elizabeth, of England. That’s one thing that makes Canada unique, we live in a country of diversity, and we have different roles in our lifestyles.
Queen Elizabeth Park is a great place to visit, because of its magical atrocities that will fill your heart with its unique joy and wonder. It contains beautiful gardens, parks, and it is mostly comprised of trees, although you can find water fountains, a conservatory, and restaurants there also. Sometimes on various occasions you can see an outdoor theatre performance, birthday parties, or scavenger hunts. On normal days you can spot runners, people throwing frisbees, or walking their dogs – normal park activities.
Prom/graduate pictures are usually taken at this fabulous place
Other activities might be weddings or graduation photos. It is a great backdrop on all occasions basically. On your way through to Queen Elizabeth park, you might also spot a Duck pond, which is filled with at least 4 dozens of ducks, people like to feed them, but the food they eat is not necessarily healthy. However, they are used to getting fed.\
In the winter when it snows, tubing and sledding are a popular sport, for the park consists of a huge hill, and parents like to take their kids, and kids like to take their friends. You could also catch someone riding the bike maybe, but that happens all over Vancouver.
Would you like a ride to Queen Elizabeth for your graduation photos, or simply pure bliss with your loved ones, call Vancouver Mini Bus and get your ride here today, at 604-874-4896.