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Vancouver Seaplane Tour

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Mix up your regular way of doing—and seeing—things while visiting Vancouver, and experience the city from up in the air on this seaplane tour. Not only can you get perspectives and pictures of the city you wouldn’t get from a bus or walking tour, but you also take off and land on the water—adding a splash landing to all adventure seekers' Vancouver vacations.
US$117.26 per adult
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Peter F wrote a review Oct 2020
Ottawa, Canada355 contributions82 helpful votes
The World's Only steam operated clock with steam whistles at the half hour and hour.. located on Water Street in Gastown, Vancouver, it's fun & seems to be a little off on when to blow the whistles. I think it needs an adjustment on Time.. there was a camera crew doing a television program at the clock.. they seemed to be taking more pictures of themselves than the clock.. Gastown is a very old region of downtown Vancouver, cobblestone, narrow streets, lots of shops and bistros..
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Date of experience: October 2020
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FlyAtNight wrote a review Oct 2020
Brooklin, Canada3,225 contributions460 helpful votes
We visited the Steam Clock on a rainy evening. I read that the clock really isn't steam powered as it has electric motors. It does however let off steam every hour and plays Westminster Quarters every 15 minutes.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Maggie May wrote a review Aug 2020
Regina, Canada783 contributions182 helpful votes
Gastown is a lovely area to wander around. The steam clock is something everyone needs to see. Just because. It has been in movies and shows so most people can recognize it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ivona K wrote a review Aug 2020
Toronto, Canada329 contributions169 helpful votes
It's best enjoyed sitting with a coffee or a great meal in one of the nearby establishments. Goes off evry 15mins.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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toddlerpants wrote a review Jul 2020
Droitwich, United Kingdom983 contributions63 helpful votes
This clock fits right in with its surroundings. It stands a little taller than a person on the corner of the street. It was built in 1977 at the corner of Cambie and Water streets in Vancouver's Gastown neighborhood to cover a steam grate, part of Vancouver's distributed steam heating system, as a way to harness the steam and to prevent street people from sleeping on the spot in cold weather. It whistles to tell the time, the clock produces a puff of steam from its top on the hour.and is very quirky. Love it.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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