It was 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday when I flew into Vancouver, British Columbia on a weeklong travel expedition that would take me to several islands nestled within the lush Canadian province. During the twenty-minute drive from Vancouver’s International Airport starting out on Grant McConachie Way, the driver cracked the window open then told me all of the must-see sights in the city. We pass over the bridge. “To the left you’ll see the Pacific. If you have time in the morning, check out Robson Square and the Vancouver Art Gallery just across the street from the hotel,” the driver says. He continued on about how I should bike along the seawall at Stanley Park, stroll around Gastown (Vancouver’s historic district), and check out the extensive collection of First Nations art at the University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology... You can the find the full story at The Daily Meal. Click HERE to read the rest.