Inn at Clifftop Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... road where we could take 3 different roads. I was already so tense from driving and the girls were relying on me knowing where we were going. The decision was made to take the road heading to this town and if we make it to the town without a sign, we will ask someone. We got caught behind 2 big trucks so eventually we had the opportunity to ask someone if we were going the right way. I would have died if the answer was no. He jokingly said no but then said we are close and to ...
I awoke to the sun in my eyes on yet another beautiful snow day. I got
rugged up in warm clothing and ate a huge breakfast preparing me for the big
day ahead. The time is eight o’clock, my tour bus was not arriving for another
twenty minutes. When it gets here I will be heading off to Olympics Park. The
park is home to a challenge course and Zip line that I am taking part in with
... However, after pushing Harrison for 5 mins we saw a sign saying whistler 4.5k! And about an hr later (whilst Harrison snoozed) n we walked up a fair few hills in 30degree heat whilst picking out our dream holiday home! we arrived in whistler Olympic village which was beautiful. We met everyone in a lovely bar at the base of the ski slope and had a well deserved beer and some lunch. While watching the rather brave down hill bikers. After lunch we walked ...
... after lunch to Blackcomb to end the day. Our lunches on our snow bunny days were spent at the mountain lodges at mid-mountain. The lodges are equipped with full restaurants. Hamburger, chicken strips, pizza, soup, sandwich and even Vietnamese Pho were on offer. After 4 hours of battling the cold and frozen terrain, everyone coming in for lunch showed the battle scars of goggle marks around their eyes, wind-burnt cheeks and snow-laden ...
... Jenny’s skis I decided to wax my own. So after getting advice from Luke, YouTube and Steve (Francis) I embarked on doing it myself! Luke kindly donated some wax, which was shaped like a maple leaf and worryingly looked very tasty! I brought my skis home, for the first time ever, used the kitchen chairs to support my skis and put newspaper down, covered the iron with tin foil and got to work.
The whole process went pretty well I think but I ...