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Americans Show Us What Falling In Love With Vancouver Looks Like

06/26/2015 06:31 EDT | Updated 06/26/2015 11:59 EDT

If this doesn't make you feel a little love for Vancouver, we don't know what will.

U.S. filmmaker Todd Hayward and his two daughters were in town last week to cheer on the United States at the FIFA Women's World Cup, which is being held at BC Place.

The girls, who live in Virginia, had never been to Vancouver before. So, in between matches, the family went exploring — and dad filmed it all.

"Little did they know, they would discover a place where ancient rainforests meet a modern city... a land where soaring mountains meet endless skies," Hayward wrote in the YouTube description.

His daughters, 10 and 6, don't speak during video, but they really don't need to.

The footage shows the wide-eyed girls having a blast in Stanley Park, Capilano, Granville Island, English Bay, Cypress Mountain, and more.

"They loved it. They were really sad to leave," Hayward told HuffPost B.C. over the phone.

He added the family didn't have time to visit every place they'd wanted to see, but we just say that's all the more reason to come back.

(And we'd be happy to have you.)

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