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==Drink==
 
==Drink==
  
One of the true joys of Whistler is to go to one of the many bars after a long day of skiing or outdoor activities. The bars are where many of the visitors gather and the atmosphere is laid back and easygoing.  However, you will be ticketed if you drink in the walkways and streets.  Drinking and driving is taken extremely seriously here, so don't do it.  Same goes for consumption of any drugs in public places.  You will be arrested even for weed.
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One of the true joys of Whistler is to go to one of the many bars after a long day of skiing or outdoor activities. The bars are where many of the visitors gather and the atmosphere is laid back and easygoing.   
  
 
You'll find almost any type of drink at the many bars, restaurants, cafes and clubs in Whistler.  If you like beer, try a local "micro-brewery" beer at one of the pubs in the village.  
 
You'll find almost any type of drink at the many bars, restaurants, cafes and clubs in Whistler.  If you like beer, try a local "micro-brewery" beer at one of the pubs in the village.  

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