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Travel Blogs from Whistler
... he would be making a speech, but actually he came out in a pair of ballet shoes, a black tut and danced the Swan Lake! He was an amazing ballerina!
Sidecut – Sidecut Restaurant is one of the best in Whistler. It is in the Four Seasons hotel and is famous for its steak. We wanted to go there on Michael’s birthday, as his parents had sent money through for a nice meal, but it was fully booked! We eventually got a booking for Sunday ...
... because the house we went to was her work friends house so we just put her in his bed and continued partying, occasionally checking she was alive. Met so many people, remembering none of them and saw a few familiar faces. Emma and I just ran a muck! Then Emma left with a friend and got a ride home, I was chatting to Johnny from the hostel then decided to walk to the bus stop. Lucky it's only a 2 minute walk. Ran into my good friend Ryan at the bus stop and we headed back to the ...
... what is now Whistler Village was back in 1970 a dump….literally! It was the town’s landfill site! The original 'village’ is what is now Creekside.
Anyway we were joined on our table by five Canadians in their 20’s and one other Brit, a guy from Ashford, Kent. They were all nice people but most of them had been in Whistler for a few years now so they kind of missed the point of the Welcome Week. Welcome to Whistler even though ...
... 8217; from them as the room and flat is too small really for two couples. A couple and single would have been much better.
Monday we headed in to Whistler Village so Jenny could hand out her resume. Some of the places were advertising that they were hiring, others were in Jenny’s potential field so she dropped in for a chat. A few of the places were good potentials and all the people were friendly and keen to chat. Jenny found a lot of ...
... help when they wipe out. Didn't look all that fun to me. I had wanted to go on the zip line, but it was for 3 hours, and Nick wasn't interested, so instead we walked all over the place through the little village and over to the Olympic Village and did lots of people watching.
It is a great little town, with lots of charm. I found myself imagining being there during the winter season and seeing everyone with their skis and gear.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking