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... on the ski lifts and Stuart didn't really fancy adding further hight! He took Stuart to deliver parcels, to marks and spencer!!, When we came down we all had lunch n Harrison had everyone laughing scaring a bird way from our lunch. We visited the gift shop and had a sit in the bobsleigh Harrison was convinced was his airplane then on to the peek to peek some nervous faces in the queue n we decided the 1hour Waite for a glass bottomed one was too much so headed for ...
... go for a hike. Of course I thought it was a good idea to join. We were hiking up to Rainbow Lake which is a 6 hour round trip. That sounds decent right? Few stops and out in the sunshine... Why not!?! So here's the story. We got up and met at 8.30am with bags ready with snacks and water. We started the walk. The first 1.5kms was steep and then the other 6.5km were meant to be steady. I'll tell you how it went... The first 1.5kms was steep. Then the next kilometre or so was through ...
... that big of a deal for us back in England but our Canadian family celebrate Easter in a big way…well with a BIG dinner! Turkey, ham, veggies, cake and lots of chocolate eggs! The whole nine yards, including an Easter egg hunt. Jean hid four coloured bunnies, different colours for each of us so we had to find our bunnies! See photos.
Goodbye Whistler Mountain – The end of the Easter bank holiday also means the end to Whistler ...
... was pumping everyone getting their beer and nacho hit.
Wanting a quiet night so we could get up for first lifts we went to a recommendation the "Furniture Warehouse" for dinner which served all meals at $4.95 and they were actually quite good, large servings we didnt ever think you could eat that cheap in Whistler!
With 15cms overnight our first day on the mountain was really good.It was surprisingly pretty quiet which was good as it allowed ...
... 9pm rolled around though the place was a packed and pumping club full of ski bums, there were lines out the door! It's all a bit of a blur after that - I was entered in a speed eating contest, acquaintances quickly became friends, our group found our feet on the dancefloor (courtesy of some sweet music), and even the Aussies proved their worth. Before long it was midnight and a tired Mum picked us up for a much needed sleep before another day of skiing!
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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