Travelodge Hotel Chilliwack
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Firstly, thanks so much for all your comments on my blog entries. It's great to know that: (a) I'm not writing this and I'm the only one reading it; (b) there are lots of friends interested in where i am and what I'm getting up to; and (c) you're enjoying the updates and as some of you have said, feel like you've been along on the journey with me, without having to endure delayed trains, hostels and smelly male dorms! Also, before I begin, let ...
... early so we could get thru Seattle before the traffic got bad. Got to the Sumas border crossing at about 11:00 . Wait time was only about 15 mins. They only asked about guns, bear spray and if we had any fruit with seeds or pits. Nothing said about dog food or liquor. Tonight we r at Royalwood RV & Golf Resort in Chilliwack , BC . Sound impressive? It's not! It was 60 degrees and cloudy when we got ...
... and dinner at the restaurant next door 'Morgans' as the sun set - the balance has been restored and a valuable lesson learned. Our drive today again through mountains, valleys, farming areas down to Mannings Landing not far from the USA border, back up to a lovely town called Hope where we had a snack and coffee at the Blue Moose, wandered around an hisoric old church and found chainsaw wood carvings dotted all round the town - and we lucked out with ...
We all went out for tea to a place called Fox's Ridge. I order ribs and they came with cornbread which was a bit random, I've never had cornbread before not sure I particularly liked it, in fact I gave most of it to Andrew.
When we came to go to put our stuff in the spare room Andrew noticed that the roof had started leaking. Apparently the roof isn't very old so that's not to good I hope its nothing to serious! We moved ...
... Valley Railway until rockslides caused its closure back in 1959. Fabulous scenery of steep mountains, the glacial Coquihalla river flowing through the 300 foot deep gorge and seeing the incredible feat of these tunnels cut into the solid granite in the early 1900's. Rina and Cindy were even brave enough to swim in the literally freezing water! Also stopped in the town of Hope famous for films that have been made ...