There are no single things in particular I would call amazing that couldn't be found elsewhere. But it all rolls together into a nice package.
South Surrey,BC. It's part of the Metro Vancouver area. To name a few awesome things about it...
For some reason, they'res a massive amount of young, hot women here. And not like slutty hot, real hot.Especially this one girl at Cob's Bread....but i digress. Umm i live 5 minutes away from the US border which i took advantage of on Saturday when i went to Birch Bay. I had a Tollhouse chocalate chip cookie ice cream sandwhich and Mountain Dew Code Red and i said to myself, "god bless America":) We don't have those in Vancouver. I live close to a kick ass comic book store near White Rock beach.
I lived in Germany for awhile and I was within walking distance of the resting place of The Berlin Wall. That was pretty neat. Germany has a ton of cool stuff btw.
" @CL60 said:Yes." @ParanoidFreak: I can only think of a few things. Ellen Page Sidney Crosby And the largest man made explosion at the time.(Not really cool though, kinda sad.) It's also still the worlds largest accidental explosion i believe. "halifax? "
Well I live near Guysborough now, but we visit there every so often. I really like it there, regardless of how small it is. My grandparents and mom grew up there though. And we still have lots of relatives there. One of the roads is actually named after the family's last name.
" @xyzygy: Wow, that's crazy. Did you ever live around here, or just your family? "
I will go max cheese lol, but being with my boyfriend is what makes living in Canada superb. :) Plus is a city is a lot of things around here. But when im England, the best thing about living there, is living at 20 minutes drive from the Theater of Dreams. Yes. The Manchester United stadium. I used to work there, :)
Being able to get pretty much any kind of food in the world. And have it be good.
Off the top of my head, I can name legit Mexican, Japanese, Chinese, Ethiopian, Guatemalan, Cuban, Italian, Korean, Indian, Brazilian, Vietnamese, Russian, Mediterranean, Thai, Ecuadorian, Polish and Spanish restaurants here in Chicago. BBQ, tapas, sushi, pizza, steakhouses, shabu shabu, whatever.