West End: Neighbourhood Numbers

1: The number of Japanese-style spaghetti restaurants on Robson Street.

6: The number of pink bus stops in the Davie Village.

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1: The number of trees with a door on them on Nelson Street.

14: The number of larger-than-life sculptures that make up the A-maz-ing Laughter sculpture installation in Morton Park at English Bay.

100%: The amount of fun you'll have if you stay at the YMCA.

4: The number of sex shops on Davie Street.

34: The number of people lined up outside Stephos Souvlaki Greek Taverna on Davie Street on a sunny Thursday evening.

1915: The year the Vancouver Millionaires won the Stanley Cup at the Denman Arena, built in 1911.

1862: The year John Morton, Samuel Brighouse, and William Hailstone purchased the rugged piece of Coast Salish land on the banks of the Burrard Inlet that would eventually become home to the City of Vancouver's West End.

$39-$59: The cost of bleacher seating for the annual Festival of Lights fireworks festival at English Bay, which this year runs July 27 to 31.

331: The number of victims of Air India Flight 182 remembered with a playground and memorial in Stanley Park.

996: The number of names added to the AIDS Memorial at Sunset Beach since 2004.

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