Borgata Lodge Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in telling you much about the wine as soon as they sussed out you weren’t going to be buying crates of it. We were also rushed through, despite it being virtually empty. The pretentiousness wasn’t only limited to their description (and pricing) of their wines but there was also an art gallery there with what looked like paint thrown at a canvas, but at the equivalent of 400 pounds for the piece, I’m sure there was more to it we just ...
... is a fun mountain with a really cool village, id say better than Big White. It is set out a lot better and has a real European village feel to it. There are pockets of accom out on their own runs where some of them make it easier to ski down to the car park and village rather than walk/drive. The facilities are also quite good with a market, bakery and several pubs.
While the village was set out better than Big White cant be said for the mountain, it ...
... his Daddy. Asher and Grandaddy and I all took a run on that slippery dish.... with no broken bones or scrapes!
We had beautiful weather, almost spring like conditions in January.
The times we spend together are priceless.... like watching Asher and Caden interact with their 'grown up' cousin Joe.... or working together when it's our turn to make a meal.... or Auntie Niki making a gingerbread house with Asher and ...
... to eat and gone again of course but we needed milk so Russ, Margaret and took the gondola up to the shops, came across Simon, Sue and Robert making their way home and up at the village we found the boys, they were on their way home as well.
Today was our White Christmas. Russ and I had been gathering little things on our travel so we had some presents for everyone and a nice dinner of chicken on the B ...
... above 1200 metres we recall that the highest we travelled in Newfoundland was 211 metres! Wow, wouldn't the Newfies be awestruck by the mountains here in comparison to the Long Range Mountains of Newfoundland! A completely different kind of majestic! As we meander through Glacier National Park we encounter delays due to rock slides and crews working on the cleanup! We climb to the summit of the Rogers Pass at 1330 metres and then start the steady decline! There are the old snow ...