In the hubb of the neighbourly West End, along Beach Avenue, at the end of Denmen & Davie street, lay the long time loved bay developed by the english, treasured by all, English Bay. English Bay is Vancouver’s most famous beach since 1856.
Even today, as soon as you step past the sidewalk you instantly enter into a remote cove getaway though you are in the core of the city.
No matter how one is feeling, tired, sad, sick or completely on top of their game, a trip to the sunset at English Bay is sure to keep one’s spirit afloat. The beneficial exposure to the unique colours of the horizon, before dusk, are subtle yet far-reaching. Guards of sunscreen, shades and hats are put up all day against the harmful rays of sunshine. The light at this time of day is safe to witness without sunglasses. Take a moment to salute the sundown without barriers and allow absorption of the natural healing light.
The magestic godliness in the sky is uplifting and calming to the soul. Even on a cloudy evening a heavenly experience to behold. The skies sing a lullabye to warm each heart that reaches from the beach through across the city.
Dinner can be eaten as the sun prepares to sink. Sit at the new luxury view, Cactus Club, right at the beach, http://www.cactusclubcafe.com/location/english-bay/
Pack a picnic or pick up a box of the most delicious fish & chips for $10 on Denmen, at Raincity Grill’s window and set yourself down on the beach for the next hour’s performance http://www.raincitygrill.com/
On cooler days, it’s best to bundle up to be comfortable enough to wait it out as the sun dips.
Starbucks is nearby for warm drinks, treats & facilities.
Stay at the Sylvia Hotel. Ask for a bayside room to have sunset in your bedroom. www.sylviahotel.com