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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Today was a great day to drive the Fraser canyon, sunny warm ans just down right pretty. Enjoyed the river and all it had to offer.. we stopped at Hell's Gate Tram and soon found out that Greg had never been on it, so off we set. It is a short ride but straight down and we spent a good ...
... pecan Danish but today I thought I would lash out and have their latest – pumpkin pie doughnut. It looked good!
We drove around a bit as I wanted to see if there were any beaver lodges in the swamp nearby. I couldn’t remember if there were but I did remember there was a road and I didn’t have to walk. There weren’t any but there was a great view of Lake Kawkawa – “mirror” ...
... areas for which we went to is Fraser Canyon and Hells Gate… How can one describe these mountains, now that is the question? I had never ventured into them directly other than through Banff and Fairmont Hot Springs (which are closer to Calgary and the Alberta border). Well I finally got my chance when a friend of mine suggested that we go into the mountains for a nice weekend…Hiking and touring. Hell yes, I was so there. I was finally getting ...
... we had bought just for this trip that said it had maps for Canada did not have maps for Canada so I was navigator. I am a very good navigator (very, very good, It is the one skill that I know I am good at). But Evan did not like the idea of not knowing where we were and was stressing out. 2. Our cellphones no longer worked in Canada. Every other place we went I had researched and found a place to stay and ...
... gradient from Hope to the summit, running alongside the Coquihalla river, was about 2%, but the main obstacle was only 4 miles from Hope in this Gorge with 100m walls. Several engineers had said a track was impossible but Andrew McCullock was lowered into the canyon in a woven basket, set up footholds in the rock for survey instruments and planned a route involving the 5 tunnels and 2 bridges!! I feel nervous even writing this after visiting.