Spend a relaxing day at Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The park is located on Little Mountain, about 550 feet above sea level. There are gardens, sculptures, an arboretum and even a pavilion that can host weddings or other celebrations. The sprawling park grounds are home to many different activities geared toward children and adults. The park has disc golf, lawn bowling, golfing, tennis and even tai chi! And under the triodetic dome is the Bloedel Conservatory, which houses many exotic plants, flowers, birds and Koi fish. After dark, you can join the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada in viewing the gorgeous night sky.
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Exquisite to the breathtaking Queen's Park
Vancouver's queen elizabeth park is the most popular garden, which was actually built from a waste quarry.
In 1939, King George VI of England and Queen Elizabeth accompanied the then Princess Elizabeth (now Queen Elizabeth II) to visit Vancouver. In order to welcome their arrival, the park originally called "Hill" was therefore more Name.
Later, it really became the best outdoor wedding shooting venue in Vancouver. Every holiday, the newcomers wearing all kinds of wedding dresses poured into the garden. It seems to be a royal atmosphere. In fact, this plant shows the garden. It covers almost all of Canada's native plants and some exotic trees, and the flowers are full of fun. In particular, every plant here has been meticulously trimmed by gardening craftsmen, and the wedding dress here seems to be immediately transformed into the fairy tale world of "Aisha Princess". The day I went there was drizzle, and the pure raindrops were like the beautiful practice on the princess's neck.
There is a bronze statue at the top of the park
In the season of blooming flowers, I walked into Vancouver, Canada, and there was a fragrant fragrance everywhere. The beautiful cherry blossoms in Queen Elizabeth Park experienced a blooming and fading change, leaving a romantic cherry blossom avenue full of petals. Time is inadvertently The time passed slowly, and this romantic moment was fixed as an eternal and memorable memory. The withered leaves fill the entire street of the park, paving it into a romantic cherry blossom avenue that stretches into the path surrounded by distant green trees. The scene is extraordinarily charming. The golden sunset, the green meadows, and the pink petals make the entire park a very romantic place. The world's mosaics are inconsistent, and they are used to make gold pots and leaves for dust. The petals scattered on the road. It is not messy, but unexpectedly pleasing to the eye. When the warm sunshine shines on the earth, the entire Vancouver is dyed golden. How much time is hoped that the time will be slower, and hope that the loved ones can be slower and older?