Wifi has to be one of the greatest innovations that came along in the 1990’s. Opening up a whole new world of online access from anywhere in the house, even the bathroom! But what happens when your wifi stops working? Everything you do online comes to a grinding halt.
Never fear, let me take you through a few simple steps that will help troubleshoot the problem!
Whether you are moving your entire business, a few employees, or are a single employee, setting up shop in the city of Vancouver can be a daunting process. There are many things to consider, such as office location, housing arrangements, and of course housing for yourself and your staff.
In this article we are going to focus specifically on finding suitable accommodation.
The best things to do when you first relocate to a new city is spend some time getting a lay of the land. This is especially important when you are relocating to a city that you have very little knowledge about. Rushing into a purchase, or a lengthy rental agreement can have the negative consequence of leaving you stuck in a neighborhood that may have appeared desirable at first, but in reality, it turns out to be much more of a nightmare then a dream home.
1. Take a Tour of the Famous Stanley Park
Touted as one of the world’s greatest inner-city, seaside recreational parks, Stanley Park is a must see for anyone visiting, or moving to Vancouver. With over 1000 acres of forested land, 3 beaches, and aquarium, and an 8.8km seawall for joggers, bikers, and rollerbladers, this is a must see for any type of outdoor enthusiast.
2. Visit Granville Island
Located on an island originally used for warehousing, manufacturing, and shipping, Granville Island has since been transformed into one of the most iconic markets in the world. With hundreds of shops hosting local produce, crafts, one-of-a-kind art, and even housewares, Granville Island has it all. Be sure to grab a coffee and head outside to listen to some live music, and watch the local and international street performers.