With the holidays approaching and the temperature dropping, another annual tradition has returned: the Robson Square Ice Rink opened on November 15!
It’s free skating for those with skates. If you don’t have skates, you can always rent some at the rink. It’s a magical place to enjoy the holidays with your friends, family and loved ones.
Last week, 20 International Students and 20 Canadian students from Langley Secondary School went to Vancouver to go ice skating at Robson Square and see the Night Lights and ride the Christmas Train at Stanley Park.
“The Christmas lights were so beautiful.”
– Raelene, China
“Crazy to believe you can do ice skating in the middle of the downtown of one of the most beautiful cities in the world”
– Tessa, Germany
“Exciting. It was my first time to go ice skating in Canada”.
– Tracy, China
“The lights were so beautiful. I’ve never seen something like this” (the Night Lights at Stanley Park)
– Pia, Germany
Source: Vancity Buzz
Photo Credit: Richard Janzen (ISP Coordinator at Langley Secondary)