Saturday, August 22, 2009

Walking shoes (and a raincoat) a must on a Rupert visit

It may be a little late in the season to be of much use to the folks at Tourism Prince Rupert, but as they say any publicity is good publicity, as long as they spell your name right.

The Vancouver Sun features a helpful guide to what to do upon a Prince Rupert vacation, as Elaine Yong explains the five things you must do when you visit our little corner of the province.

From a trip to the North Pacific Cannery Museum, to a walking tour of the downtown, as well as the ever popular chance to see the whales in local waters or the bears of the Khutzeymateen, Yong covers a variety of options.

For those just looking to hang around the city limits, she offers up enough suggestions to keep a visitor hopping for a good portion of the day, from the shops of Cow Bay to the extensive collection of First Nation artifacts at the Museum.

The review includes links to a number of tourist oriented options available in the city as well.

You can check out the full article from the Sun's website here.

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