Lion Gate Bridge in Vancouver is a famous bridge in Canada and even North America. It is the largest suspension bridge in the world. It looks a little like San Francisco Bridge, but it is green. It spans the Bay of Bradney and is very magnificent. When the bridge lights are turned on at night, the night view is very beautiful.
Vancouver in winter, Vancouver in winter is not only skiing, but also charming in winter. Every time I see the Lion Gate Bridge in Vancouver, I think of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Although the two bridges are different in color, they are so similar. To the west of downtown is Stanley Park, which is surrounded by sailing boats. The Lion Gate Bridge in the distance, the snow mountain opposite, merges with the clouds and sky. Along Robson Street to the east, there are steam clocks, Chinatown, Zhongshan Park and Canadian Square. On the quiet beach, seagulls stroll leisurely.
Lion Gate Bridge is a famous bridge lighthouse in Vancouver. It's suitable for bringing relatives together. The scenery is very beautiful. It's worth seeing. Walking through this impressive building feels great and a little embarrassed, but it's a place where we used to spend time with our lover.
The Lion Gate Bridge in Vancouver should be the same as the Golden Gate Bridge in the United States. You can see the bridge from all angles and drive it back and forth several times. Send a photo for everyone to share.
It was early to leave Lynn Canyon Park, and the sky was slightly sunny, so we decided to go to Stanley Park temporarily. Way Lion Gate Bridge.
Vancouver's last day went to Stanley to ride, facing the whirring sea breeze, walked for two hours on the 8-kilometer circum-sea lane, crossed the Lion Gate Bridge and looked at the English Channel, but could not photograph a tenth of its beauty! The last four are Victoria Harbour and the town through which I like it better than the gardens I visited.
Every time I see the Lion Gate Bridge in Vancouver, I think of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. Although the two bridges are different in color, they are so similar. It's the happiest and smartest time...
The night scene is really beautiful! Say nothing more about Tuha! The most important thing is free! It's worth going, right next to Stanley Park! You can go along the way.