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These seven restaurants in Vancouver will bring Europe to you with their stunning vibes and delicious foods. Most of us could use a vacation these days so having a fun night out to experience a little version of Europe is ideal.

Plus, no expensive plane ticket is needed!

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A man who ate at 8,000 Chinese restaurants around the world has named the six best spots near Vancouver.

David R. Chan has eaten at thousands of Chinese restaurants and, believe it or not, he has travelled 20 countries to test different Chinese foods.

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This restaurant in Vancouver, B.C. serves your pasta in a gigantic wheel of parmesan cheese, and it looks totally delicious.

Calling all Vancouver foodies! It's time to satisfy your pasta cravings and fall into a food-coma of carbs and cheese. The Italian Kitchen is serving up this cheese-lovers dream with a unique experience.

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You can be madly in love with someone, but one of the most trying ways to test your relationship is to do long distance. We've all been there at one point, maybe it was back in uni, when your boyfriend stayed back home and you moved away for college. Or maybe it's more recent and your partner had to take a job in a different part of the country. It could even be that your S.O. had to move across town so you guys don't live close by anymore. Either way, we all know that feeling of feeling too far away from our bae.

No one really expects long distance to be as hard as it actually turns out to be. I, for one, am sadly an expert when it comes to being in a long term relationship and being in a long term long distance relationship. I always knew that people complained about LDRs but I had no idea how unbearable the entire situation would be until I was in one.

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We know that it's only October, but come on, it's never too early to be thinking about Christmas, is it?

The holidays are all about tradition - whether it be decorating your Christmas tree, carolling around your neighbourhood, or even baking cookies for Santa (for all those who are kids at heart).

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