Windborne Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We had so much sleep and relaxation time to catch up and the perks of normal houses were somewhat needed. I feel we saw the best of Calgary, found nice spots and spent time with good friends. Finally all of a sudden we got loads of contact from the various Edmonton crowds at the festival, all inviting us to stay with them. Thus a few hour stop in Edmonton turned into 2 days of reunions, partying, eating out and being treated ...
... we were only a walk down 10 stairs to get to the party but the bad news was that our room was right above the party so it was a little loud at night, luckily we stayed there mid week!
The dining options are quite scarce in Rossland however we did find the place probably classed as the best in town across the road called Idgies. The food there was amazing and portions were massive.
Rossland is only a few km's from the mountain so car ...
... salmon were three feet long.
We also went out to Tofino on the island which is the most western point of Canada and strolled along the freezing beach, and we ate at Taco Fino :D yummy little mexican food place :D :D
On our way back we stopped at Kelowna for one night. Then missioned it all the way back to Calgary going through the rockies. Through Revelstoke, and Golden into Alberta. At 2am we drove past Field which is a spoky little ...
... Motor Inn, an older, tired motel, overlooking Lake Kootenay on its north shore. The room was not too bad, fridge, TV, a great view from the balcony, and a convenient drive into town. Nelson has a laid-back vibe to it, and a stunning location under the mountains and on the shore of the lake. We arrived in Nelson via Cranbrook and Creston. We bypassed Cranbrook ( I had seen it many times) and would have liked to explore ...
... cruising these beautiful highways for the fun of it, turning whichever way the wind blew. Ahhh, freedom... its in the mind...
I left Kalispell this morning with every intention of pushing on past Castlegar if I could. But I couldn't resist exploring the Falls of the Kootenay river, a few miles before the Montana/Idaho border -- and spent a good long while there absorbing the ...