Coast Chilliwack Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Coast Chilliwack Hotel
Travel Blogs from Chilliwack
... glider. Who would have thought sailplanes had
attitudes? My lesson was to observe what happens when I put the stick forward,
and observe I did. The nose went down, the horizon popped up and our speed
increased from forty three miles per hour to a very noisy sixty miles per hour.
This increase in speed caused the plane to increase lift so I had to increase
forward pressure on the stick in order to level out. It was logical but I still
had not got the hang of using ...
... it as the cloud was covering the top but as we descended the cloud came down further and nothing was visible.
We topped up with cheap gas in Sumas before crossing the border. We were first in line at customs and you have to stop about 6 metres from the little box where the man sits. So we stopped but we didn't know whether to move forward or not..so we just sat there, eventually he started flicking the red & green light at us, so we drove ...
... s Misery!! On reflection, I find it hilarious that the car door/ankle incident happened where it did - Chilli-WHACK!! In my blogs I've probably not sold VIA Rail to you. Despite this, I would still advocate the experience - providing you don't have somewhere to be at a specific time or a short onward connection time! It truly has been one of the most entertaining & comedic parts of my trip so far - how can a country that is so advanced ...
... nights here relaxing, sleeping, catching up with Whitney, eating delicious food, seeing a movie and buying a new book to read! What a great first week home! Tomorrow morning we will be driving back to Kelowna. Once we're there we must figure out school, work and a new apartment. Ill be sure to write one last entry reflecting on our incredible summer in Europe! I already can't wait for my next trip ...
... and hadn't complained to much :) so we went to Dairy Queen and got burgers which were yummy. Dairy Queen is probably as big as McDonald's here.
After lunch we decided to go take a look at the most expensive piece of rail track laid in the whole of Canada, now disused due to the amount of landslides and snowfall it gets on the track. It's called the Othello tunnels, they are a pretty impressive series of tunnels built into the side of a cliff above a roaring river through ...