Main Street is a long street in Vancouver, parallel to Granville Street and Oak Street. Different from Granville, Oak, etc., the streets are narrower, the houses are densely packed, and there are obviously more second-hand goods stores along the road. There are Still Fabulous under the Vancouver Women's and Children's Hospital, Thrift Store of YWCA, and Beansprouts, a second-hand children's clothing and toys store. In addition, many restaurants have set up branches on Main Street, such as Rocky Mountain Flatbread and meet on Main.
The streets are lined with nostalgic antique shops, and you can find many interesting gadgets to wander slowly.
Very lively antique street, 20th century nostalgic shops, antique furniture art can be found here.
MAIN Street is at the junction of East Vancouver (East) and West Vancouver (West). Wind is a rich area, expensive prices. Wind is mixed, low prices. Not only do many Indian clothing stores, grocery stores, fruit and vegetable stores, but also many second-hand clothing, toys, books and books on Main Street, which may come from donations or consignments.
Myanmar Street and Myanmar have no relations with the ah, here is similar to Beijing Liuli Factory, selling all kinds of antiques, of course, is Europe.