Yaletown used to be an industrial area, but now it is a very accented cultural and artistic area. The scenery is quite good and the weather is very good. If you are tired, you can have coffee and eat in the cafes here. Cozy.
No outing to Vancouver is finished without a visit to Yaletown, North America's quickest developing residential downtown. This stylish neighborhood, which is comprised of thickly stuffed skyscraper apartment suites and changed over distribution centers, is home to a portion of Vancouver's most prominent eateries, bars, night clubs and shopping boutiques. In the middle of eating, drinking and shopping, set aside a few minutes to visit the Roundhouse Community Centre, which was at one time the Canadian Pacific Railway's western end. You can see the primary traveler train to enter Vancouver, Engine 374. The Roadhouse is presently an enthusiastic community center that is devoted to arts and learning.