The Coast Hillcrest Resort Hotel
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Leaving Banff was a sad time for us. We had got used to the soft beds, the hot showers and most importantly the fast Wi Fi. It's the little things that get you through these road trips. But all good things must come to an end, and in a positive frame of mind we headed for Revelstoke. Unfortunately as soon as we arrived there our positive frame of mind did a runner and left us instead with a sincere feeling of ...
... was also a gift shop and train station here, bit it was all closed since it was late. We did our best to get ready for bed but to be honest, we basically just washed our faces and slept in our clothes. All snug in the car, we tried very hard to get to sleep... None of the seats could fold back as the car was just packed, so we all slept very vertically... With an abundance of pillows and blankets. Just as we began to drift into sleep, the ground began to shake ...
... Until 25-30 years ago small transit town lost deep in the heart of the Canadian mountains. Nowdays year-round destination mainly due to Trans-Canada Highway 1 and new world class ski resort, where tourists flock for a very wide range of outdoor activities.
I brought about Revelstoke a lot in my few blogs from winter season 2011/12 , when me and Romča spent here four months working, skiing and .... well skiing :-) I am not gonna repeat again what ...
We had the car all packed and ready to go the night before so we were all ready to leave bright and early. We woke Brando up to say goodbye and we were on the road before 6am so we could catch the 7am Ferry from Sidney back across to Vancouver. We were properly on the road on the mainland just before 9am so we could make a start. The weather was really ****** and Raining a lot so not ideal driving conditions.. But it was to get worse as we found out the further we drove. ...
... final ascent started at 800 meters on the coldest, wettest day I've experienced so far. Driving, icy rain and freezing mountain air meant that clothing was quickly soaked and chilly. An hour of climbing helped to keep warm, the camber of the roads producing a strange optical illusion which made it look like you should be descending whilst legs and body were working hard to push the bike uphill. A respite for a few miles when the road flattened out before the the final 3.5 mile ascent, up ...