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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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- Free parking
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... the doors, but we were greeted by the traditional friendly Canadian greeting, asked to take a seat and fed with the best cheese burger we have had in a long time. Served to us by a an old guy in a Harley Davidson jacket who looked like an extra from "Sons of Anarchy" very cool. Anyway all this turned out to be way more interesting then our camping experience at Valemount. We came, we got bitten by many Mosquitos, we left. Bring on ...
... world is your *****; this mountain...my *****!
We dropped Len off at Chris's doggy heaven at 7:00am. She has acreage where the river runs through her property giving her dogs the freedom to do some mean sniffing and swimming. This is actually the first time we have really left Lenny for any length of time away from his home. You should have seen the look of shear torture he had when he realized he was staying and we were leaving. (Follow along the description of the ...
Valemount/Mount Robson was our next stop on the map and my stomach was getting a tad nervous about our BIG hike planned for the next day. We had to check in at Mount Robson Visitor Center to get briefed on our trip, to store my camera equipment (thank goodness they had secure lockers because leaving my equipment in the heat for two days would not have been a good idea. We also wanted to find one of the park attendants that went ...
... gutted and the day’s weather reflected my mood - a little grey, damp and depressed! We took our time over breakfast and packing up, and following a “minor” hiccup that Mark had with the fuel we set off in the direction of Subie and home. As agreed, on the way back we stopped off at the spectacular Emperor Falls which was the perfect place to take a momentary breather from the slightly sad and wearing return trip. Pack ...
... window. Strangely here they don't have iced coffee but the iced espresso's instead. Can't say they are as tasty. But it would do. We quickly found gas and a bank and were then on our way again. We are not interested in cities. The highway was leading us back into the Rockies and even with all the smoke, we could see the mountains looming higher in the distance, with Mt. Robson, the highest in the Canadian Rockies, the jewel of the range. Found a really neat ...