Vancouver's nightlife scene is young and trendy—especially with Canada's legal drinking age being 19 years old—but that doesn't mean the over set is left out of the fun. If you fall into this category, you might want to skip The Roxy and other college bars and opt for cocktail lounges, breweries, and dinner cruises instead. There's something for every age group and interest in this British Columbia metropolis, from salsa dancing and pisco sours to opera and champagne. Whether you choose to spend your evening in the ever-lively Gastown, trendy Yaletown, or out to sea literally , you'll never have to worry about filthy bathrooms or not fitting in at Vancouver's more sophisticated nightspots.
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British Columbia Canada cruising map with gay areas and spots where to practice cruising and to have casual NSA encounters. If you are gay and you want to practise cruising and to have casual NSA encounters in public places in British Columbia in an anonymous way, here you can find spots such as beaches, parks, forests and other spaces next to urban areas, as well as every kind of public toilets and rest areas of highways where you can practise cruising in British Columbia, Canada. Below we show a British Columbia cruising map with all cruising areas and spots that shared our gay community. Click on the map markers for details of each spot. In the tab for each zone you will find a location map with directions to the place: driving, walking, public transport or bike. You can vote the area and leave a comment for the rest of the community guys know your opinion, and if you want people to know you're in the area, do not hesitate to check in.
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Last Updated: March 5, References. This article was co-authored by Marissa Floro, Ph. Marissa Floro, Ph. Floro received her Ph.
This metropolis on the West Coast of Canada is a haven for queers of all kind. They flock to the rainbow-painted crosswalks that have become fixtures and photo opps on Davie Street. They are beckoned by the bubblegum-pink bus stops and neon-lit gay bars serving up umbrella-topped drinks. This West End 'hood is the most colorful thing in Vancouver—even the tables and chairs that line the sidewalk have been bathed in pastels.