Canadas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The next day we had decided to head up to Whistler for the night as the weather was going to turn from Thursday into rain and more rain. The 2 hour drive up was absolutely stunning with views of the ocean and islands dotted along the coast and after an hour, snow-capped mountains as far as the eye could see. After checking into our cosy studio complete with faux fireplace, we headed over to the gondola for a ride to the top of Whistler Mountain and a bird’s eye view ...
... to Earls just down the road, most restaurants close by were Asian cuisine, not Tabitha's favourite choice. So Earls is good with its normal English/American food. With a good bite to eat we headed back to the hostel to prepare for tonight. We had got tickets to a Vancouver giants game, a western hockey league team. They were playing the Tri-City Americas, unfortunately lost 3-0. Such a good sport to watch though, more impressive ...
... garden with lots of water features and rocks. I waited for ages for the next “Red Bus” but eventually got one to Canada Place where they have a new tourist attraction called “Fly Over Canada”. It was pretty impressive. It has a special feature this month for Halloween. We were welcomed by witches and warlocks and lots of really good skeletons, pumpkins and ghosts. When we got to the ride section we had to strap ourselves onto a seat ...
... and tonight it's about 8 degrees. In summer maximum temp could be 30 degrees and in winter it can be as low as -40. We also went to North Pole where Santa lives, so stopped by to have a chat. Had a great riverboat ride in a paddle steamer and learned how the pioneers survived and why people still live here! Was a really great experiential cruise, and the rain didn't dampen our spirits. More from Denali National Park and before we know it our trip to Alaska will be ...
... days spread across 6 continents, 27 countries and 184 blog entries, the Pete & Indila Road Show has come to an end!
It may seem sad, but we're actually happy and ready to get back to normal life for a while. Covering as much ground as we did in 15 months is exhausting (not that I'm complaining) and it's time to take a break. Having seen some of the most amazing places in the world we've also become desensitized to new destinations ...