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The places in the province we longed for in summer 2020 (and can now visit once again).
Writing the travel section of WL‘s summer 2021 issue was a challengewith print deadlines set months before restrictions lifted, most of us hadn’t ventured outside our neighbourhoods in over a year. So instead, we looked back at some of our favourite local destinations: places we could see ourselves exploring once COVID was more under control. The following is our picks of the best spots in B.C. (all a roadtrip away!), and we’re happy to say that now, we can visit them once again.
A beautiful home on the beach becomes headquarters for a gal pal vacation. More on this getaway here.
An architectural tour of Victoria’s modern marvels. All four downtown destinations here.
Why is Wayne and Freda called Wayne and Freda? More on the name and the food they’re serving here.
You can still get a burger for less than $5, but you have to venture to this Port Alberni spot.
The first time contributor Frances Bula went to Lillooet, it was an accident. Now, this trip is a treasured tradition.
Gorgeous landscapes, a farmers’ market, tacos and Canada’s oldest movie theatre make the journey to Powell River more than worth itfull details here.
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