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Arrived in Jasper a couple of hours late but hey ho it just meant we had longer on the train so no hardship there. The car rental firm had packed up for the night so we walked along the main road to our hotel taking in the town as we went. There is a lively feel to the area with many tourist based shops opening well into the evening to catch the …
The drive from Whistler to Sun Peaks was around 400km so the break was well deserved. We spent the night in what turned out to be a tiny deserted ski town called Sun Peaks. No doubt booming in Winter with 360 degree views of mountains cover in chairlifts, turns out not much of a resort for the Summer months. The next stop was …
... bag search and interrogation, generally giving me the biggest Unwelcome to Canada ever. This largely unnecessary delay meant I nearly missed my connecting bus just over the border, however I just made it in time. The guy dumped my bag on the bus without a luggage tag but didn't think too much of it at the time as was just happy to get on that bus and heading up north on the 16 hour trip. 16 hours gives you a long time to think... Halfway through the journey got a little ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChateau Jasper
We have enjoyed staying at the Chateau Jasper; we have had a great room, and the hot tub and pool were also good. The staff were very helpful and friendly. Not very impressed by the restaurant, but would definitely stay in the hotel again.
As it was quiet the option was to eat breakfast at the Lobstick next door, or go into town. The Lobstick was very good, and we mostly ate dinner there as well. They also had machines so we could do our own laundry - a necessity after two weeks travelling!
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