Tuesday, June 3, 2008


  • To Third Beach
    • By bike: Via the Seawall bike path or Stanley Park Drive. Feel free to make a pile on the beach.
    • By bus: From the Main St. skytrain station, take the "19 Stanley Park" bus. Get off at the Stanley Park Dr. traffic circle. Third Beach is about a 1.6 km walk - cross under the Stanley Park Causeway, turn right on N. Lagoon Drive, and look for the Tatlow Walk trail on the right. Or if you'd like to take a bit of time to see the rest of the park, catch the free shuttle bus which makes a stop at Third Beach.
    • By car: If you are coming from Hwy 1, exit at Hastings and continue into the downtown core. Turn left on Burrard and right one block later onto Pender, which merges with Georgia. At the Georgia St. entrance to the park, go straight onto Pipeline Rd. at the traffic circle. Turn left at Stanley Park Dr. and continue about 3 km to Third Beach. Turn right to access the parking lot. Alternatively, if traffic is light, stay on the Stanley Park Causeway, exit at Park Drive, and continue on as above.
  • From Third Beach to radha yoga & eatery (728 Main St., second floor):
    • By bike: The person at the front decides the route, of course. Indoor bike parking is available, but do bring a lock.
    • By bus: Catch the #19 Metrotown bus from southbound Lagoon Dr. at Stanley Park Causeway. Get off at Keefer, cross Main St., and walk one block south.
    • By car: Head south on Stanley Park Dr. Following the signs for the Georgia St. exit, turn left on N. Lagoon Dr. Turn right to merge onto Stanley Park Causeway, which turns into Georgia St. and then the Georgia Viaduct. Take the Main St. offramp and turn left on Main. Go north for one block. Parking is available at Main & Georgia on the west side, or continue one more block to Keefer, turn right, and look for the parking garage on the right.
Other handy things to know
  • The ceremony will start at 4:00 pm. Feel free to arrive around 3:30; we'll be there to mingle with friends and family.
  • Bring an umbrella.
  • Dress comfortably. Shoes are optional.
  • No, you won't have to do any yoga at the reception, though if you really want to I don't think anyone will stop you.

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