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During our tours we more ride than talk, nevertheless we shortly introduce you every stop point. Moreover, every participant will have an opportunity to try electric unicycle. What we provide? E-scooter, Electric unicycle (EUC), Helmet, Ankle Shin Guards, Wrists guards. Water and instructions of how to behave.
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7/16/2020 - 6/21/2024
Monday - Sunday : 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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30/A, Nrupathunga Rd, Ambedkar Veedhi, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001, India
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It is one of the oldest and largest Chinatowns in North America. The area is known for its rich cultural heritage, featuring Chinese restaurants, shops, and cultural institutions. Vancouver's Chinatown dates back to the late 19th century when Chinese immigrants settled in the area. It has since become an integral part of the city's cultural fabric.
It is located near the city's downtown area and is one of the oldest parts of the city. Gas Town is named after "Gassy" Jack Deighton, a Yorkshire seaman who opened the area's first saloon in 1867. This saloon became a popular gathering spot for local mill workers, sailors, and loggers, contributing to the neighbourhood's development. One of the most famous landmarks in Gas Town is the Gastown Steam Clock. Built in 1977, it is a steam-powered clock that attracts tourists and locals alike with its hourly chimes and steam-powered whistles. The neighbourhood features charming cobblestone streets and Victorian-style buildings, adding to its historic and unique atmosphere.
One of the most famous landmarks in Gas Town is the Gastown Steam Clock. Built in 1977, it is a steam-powered clock that attracts tourists and locals alike with its hourly chimes and steam-powered whistles.
it is one of Canada's largest convention centres. With the opening of the new West Building in 2009, it now has 43,340 square metres (466,500 sq ft) of meeting space. It is owned by the British Columbia Pavilion Corporation, a Crown corporation owned by the government of British Columbia. The Centre served as the main press centre and International Broadcast Centre for the 2010 Winter Olympics. In 2002, and again in 2008, the VCEC was awarded the International Association of Congress Centres (AIPC) "Apex Award" for the "World's Best Congress Centre". In April 2010, the West Building expansion received an Award of Excellence from the Urban Land Institute. It has also received multiple awards from the AIA Seattle chapter.
Built to look like a ship, this iconic complex houses a convention centre, hotel & ferry terminal.
We once again join the seawall and make our way towards home through beautiful Coal Harbour, riding along the waterfront and checking out the marinas and the seaplane port.
It is one of the city's most beloved landmarks and a popular destination for both locals and tourists. Having about 405 hectares it is one of the largest urban parks in North America, offering a vast green oasis within the bustling city.
Situated in the heart of the city, it is not an actual island but rather a peninsula along False Creek. Granville Island, known city-wide for its arts and culture scene as well as its great food and shopping. Guests enjoy a break from riding to find lunch at the Public Market, with dozens of vendors to choose from.
It separates the downtown peninsula from the rest of the city and flows into the Burrard Inlet to the north. Over the years, False Creek has undergone significant urban development and transformation. Taking in beautiful views of Vancouver’s modern architecture framed by the North Shore Mountains. We pass the Olympic Village complex and finish our tour at Science World, learning about Expo ’86 and the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Science World is a popular science center located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is an engaging and interactive facility that aims to inspire curiosity and learning about science, technology, and the natural world. The center features numerous hands-on exhibits, interactive displays, and immersive demonstrations designed to make science accessible and entertaining for visitors of all ages. Science World's iconic building, known as the "golf ball" due to its distinctive dome shape, is situated at the eastern end of False Creek and is easily recognizable on the Vancouver skyline. The facility covers various scientific disciplines, including physics, biology, astronomy, ecology, and more. Visitors can explore exhibits covering a wide range of topics, from the wonders of the human body to the mysteries of space and the environment. The center often hosts special exhibitions, live science shows, and educational programs to provide an enriching experience for its guests.
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