So there I was, in Gastown at noon, when a loud, long horn sequence pierced the air. I didn't need long to figure out it was coming from the cruise ship terminal at Canada Place, but when I went outside I didn't expect to see the silhouette of Mickey Mouse on the funnels.
It was the second Vancouver visit of the Disney Wonder, one of three cruise ships currently operated by the Disney Cruise Line, and you can find it there every Tuesday from 7 to 5 between now and September while it runs Alaska cruises. It's only the third cruise ship I've spotted so far in Burrard Inlet - but then, I wasn't looking very hard over the summer. Just the scale of it, though; that SeaBus in the distance is practically a raft next to it.
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