Chalet Continental Motel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... on the world. Also because I
had wanted to make an Inuksuk since I had seen the first one in northern
Ontario, we pretended to have built one that was already together.
Upon coming off of the tram back on level ground we
went back into Jasper for a final time. We stopped in a couple of stores that
we had wanted to enter this morning. In one of the stores I found a pretty
necklace of an Inuksuk which I bought for my best friend Becca. Then, before
... short distance to the bottom of the glacier.
While there I noticed that every ten years was marked and in the past twenty
years the glacier has receded at a faster rate than ever before. Plus the ice
at the edge is unstable and several people die each year walking on it, though it’s
almost always because they were walking in areas that are restricted. The whole
situation was quite informative and ...
... I wonder what it is that makes water falls so enticing and mesmerizing to look at?
Tomorrow we head south to Kamloops to winery and orchard country. It continues to warm up more as we head south which sounds good compared to the horrible rain, wind, and flooding they are having at home. It keeps me from being homesick at ...
... conveniently found a bench that had a beautiful viewpoint down over the valley. Mercifully and for all my benefit, we took our time with the hike, keeping the pace slow yet steady; so despite the uncomfortable backpacks and the long distance the walk remained pretty enjoyable (aided by the beautiful, changing scenery). By now the time was pushing past 3 or 4 pm (we really were taking our time!) but we were gradually getting closer to Berg ...