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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and take a left when you see the sign. So no more than 5 minutes up the road we saw the sign. I screamed a little bit. It was such a relief. By this point we'd been driving on the dirt road for 2 hours. Another turn then up the hill and we were here. Quickly set up tent, jumped into our bathers and took the path down to the hot springs. Just what we needed. They were so magical! These rock pools, with a hot stream coming straight from the waterfall. There was only another couple ...
... to clean up the mess was decided to be too high so seven train cars were left on this site, next to the Cheakamus River. Over time and a lot of effort this was been transformed into a wonderful hike, bike trail and a work of art. The bike ramps are now a bit unloved but they originally meant you could ride up and over some of the cars and ...
... start point for the zip line set among fur trees with wisps of lichen hanging of the branches. Onto our first line which was about 200 ft long , everyone was a bit tentative at first , one of the other ladies in our group at a big fear of heights as we were about 50 metres of the ground in the tree , her first run had her in tears of joy as completed it successfully. On our third line this was the longest ...
... even saw the sun make an appearance for the first time since we arrived in Vancouver. Some more photo opportunities and another meal on board, Morrocon chicken salad and chocolate brownie. Arrived back at hotel about 7.30pm, quick change of clothes then a wander back down to gastown and a nice cold beer at the steam works brewery, a lovely way to end the ...
... but it seems a lot easier to call it Telus Fest than saying the World Ski and Snowboard festival. It was good fun in town for a full week. So much happening around the village. There was the Monster energy tent blaring music and handing out samples, Coke Cola had a tent where you could go in and hug the Coke machine to receive a free can, free food samples everywhere and amazing shows. We had Sneaky Sound System, De La Soul, Shapeshifter, Animal Nation and the Original ...