Lakeside Country Inn
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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... we started seeing small beef and horse farms. This, even though the terrain was real steep. The further south and the less steep the terrain the larger the farms became. There was also an increase in the number of hay fields. We passed two large fields probably 20 acres that were covered in netting held up with posts about 6 feet above what we think were fruit plants.
We passed into a new time zone, Pacific Time as we came ...
... and we finally arrived into Vancouver. We were wishing we had another day as it was so enjoyable but I guess all good things must come to an end.
On the trip we also met some interesting and fun people from all walks of life.
We we were transferred from the train by bus to our hotel and went for a walk around some of Vancouver and on first viewing we were very impressed with the city.
... Washington, we will meet up with the Australian Eleys, who have packed for their month and a half North American journey. We will be renting a vehicle in Washington and take a week to drive down to Fr. Lauderdale and I'm sure that the luggage for 4 travellers will more than fill up the luggage compartment. Shortly after coffee was finished, we packed the Mercedes and commenced our journey. After a brief stop at the Senior's Village to say goodbye to mom, we were on our way ...
... 1000 miles. Or was that 100,000 miles. You can see the convergence from the moon so the story goes.
The Jaws of Death gorge rapids go from 3 to 6. Six is impassable. But I'm jumpin in to test it. Float downstream for a bit. A raging torrent sucks me under for a minute but I get my breathing right in time. The waters cold but I swim to shore, running along embankment to train ahead. Jump up holding onto the bogies which are quite slippery. ...
... state I was in. Talking about the hostel on the coach we had already prepared ourselves for the very real possibility that our ‘hostel’ was actually someone’s house. As soon as we pulled into the driveway (of surprise surprise a house) we were greeted by a very elderly Japanese man and it was clear that our suspicions were right. The guy (we never caught his name – although Jack insisted on nicknaming him) was very accommodating and showed us ...