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For those who haven't been to Whistler or were born on another planet and never heard if it, it is about 2 hours north of Vancouver, so the perfect escape from the city. It lies 777 metres above sea level and obviously surrounded by mountains and lakes. It opened as a summertime resort in 1914, but it wasn't until the 1960s that the first chairlift was installed and it become the most popular ski resort in North America. Even then, their dream was to hold a Winter Olympics and with ...
Overall, I enjoyed Vancouver and am very happy I got to spend some time there. Now I would like to get to some outlying areas in Canada, which I'm sure are even more gorgeous. I am usually not a fan of a city's huge amount of people and traffic, so I would like to see some smaller towns as well.
I'm leaving you with some final pics from the Amtrak. Thanks for coming along with me on my journey once again!
... the scenery and the pictures don't really show the majesty. We drove past Mount Hood, Mount St. Helens and Mount Rainier to name a few of the most notable mountains. And, oh what fun we had going up and down the 6%25252525 inclines and declines. Nick handled the coach with car in-tow perfectly while I sat back and snapped picture after picture with my trusty IPhone. Portland, Oregon was a bit of a disappointment. Extreme traffic ...
We continue to make our way north and stopped for a few days in Birch Bay. This park is about a 10 minute ride to the last town on the border Blaine, Washington. The tide changes are great in this very shallow bay. As you can see at low tide the water goes out ...
July 1 is Canada Day. It's the day when Canadians proudly celebrate their special identity. It’s also the day when half of Vancouver drives to the US to shop. We aren’t sufficiently seduced by the lure of cheap US prices to abandon the country that so recently welcomed us, and decide to do something more patriotic. It’s hot again. OK, we need somewhere big with good air conditioning. Of course – Ikea! As we enter this blue ...