Inn at Clifftop Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... was a 5km round trip which was pretty mellow but a beautiful stroll. The canyon is beautiful! Lots to see along the way and just picture perfect. That was our time "out" today, so we jumped back into the car and drove to Kamloops. We booked a motel for the night where each of us got a queen bed for $85 for the night so just over $25 each! Bargain. And a bath. So we all took turns soaking it up with some wine in the bath. We settled in and found another nice wholesome food place ...
... in Tofino for a feed. On the way I picked up 2 Brazilian Hitchhikers who had some fun conversations and the company was nice for the drive. I did some more exploring between Tofino and Ucluelet, did some beading and reading and that was my day. The next day I got up nice and early and continued my way back to Cobble Hill where I was catching up with Bry! I met up with her at Sam's place where we then decided to go get some lunch down at Cowichan (Cow) Bay. We ran into 2 of ...
... freshly melted snow.
Checked into the Fairmont Chateau Whistler, at the base of Blackcombe Mountain.
We were surprised by the temperature, was about 27 deg (we think of Whistler as a snowfield location) so we needed a couple of cold beers to cool down
Had an interesting talk from an expert - Michael Allen, on the Black Bear.
... experiences I’ve ever had! I was stuck in the “Whistler” bubble with 100s and 100s of people around my age so just imagine the fun! I even had to catch a gondola to get to work, but trust me being crammed in that thing with annoying rich Americans soon became quite old. And how could I forget Halloween, that night was simply magical and crazy! We were still in Vancouver at this stage It wouldn’t be a trip without ...
... security…not sure why? Then Al Anderson rushed back in to buy souvenirs from the airport…causing a further 10minute delay. We hot footed it back to Whistler and straight to sound check. The drive was pretty good, I had Al Anderson and Clamper (keyboard player) in my car whilst the WSSF sent down a second car with two girls who took the other two band members (lead vocals and bass player). My guys slept most of the way as they had been on ...