The West End of Vancouver, BC: Signage Photography
The West End of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is on the downtown peninsula neighbouring Stanley Park and the areas of Yaletown, Coal Harbour and he downtown financial and central business districts. The definition of the "official neighbourhood" of the West End, according to the city, is the area west of Burrard Street, east of Denman Street, and south of West Georgia Street.
Alto, condos in the Downtown/West End area.
I love the color of this Caya sign, a telephone company.
Nando's, a restaurant of Portuguese and African influence.
London! (My next destination).
CashMoney on Davie Street was where I exchanged some of my American dollars for Canadian currency.
Plenty of these smart cars on the road in Vancouver!
Esso is a common gas station in Vancouver.
Fatburger restaurant signage.
I often noticed the Canadian maple leaf really small added to common American brands such as in this Denny's sign.
Yummy Pizza on display!
From a small alley this Little Sister's sign caught my attention.
Since it was nearby where I was staying, I went to the Davie St Independent grocery store to pick up a few odds and ends to eat and drink.
I often found this sign floating near coffee houses in Vancouver, Around the World Bean.
A busy little bar with an intriguing logo, Score on Davie.