Comfort Inn & Suites
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... machine was there so I used that, quite good enough. Graham though is not a woman and so there was much cursing from him when he tried to get the water into the machine!! Not easy I must say.
Very good supper at an Italian closeby. G had Italian herbed chicken, I had Fettuccini with seafood. Pinot grigio rounded the meal off and so to bed. Revelstoke here we come.
... Centre to see what Sun Peaks had on offer. Decide to take the sunburst Express ski lift (seniors $31.00 for day pass) up the mountain 1850m up. The bike riders also took the lift up as this is where them start. The lift for the remaining section wasn't operating so we went for a little trail hike looked at the wild flowers didn't see the resident bear with her cubs on our walk. From the ...
... across the road' as they heard the screech of brakes from a car on the Trans-Canada Highway that had failed to stop properly at the traffic lights for another car crossing- a sound we heard again 10 minutes later as we moved our luggage into the Hotel.
We unpacked and got ready for tomorrow where we will travel across the Rocky's on a much shorter journey to Golden, where we are booked in for the night, and a day which should be a bit more entertaining for all of us.
... little or no ECEC training and whom are currently studying with NVIT or ECEC trained staff who are learning the language through the immersion program and fluent speakers. It is an excellent example of mentoring as mentoring occurs between all staff. I spend the morning observing the children during circle time. The language teachers use felt board stories, props, puppets, written song sheets, translated books, puppets etc. I have not seem written song sheets for a long time, so it ...
... trail during our last ski lesson. It was a BLUE run and it was fantastic! I am now a Level 4 skier, which is a competent BLUE run skier, and Penny is a Level 3.5, if they had such a thing. Mum and I went on the GREEN Rambler trail, which let's us ski all the wayback to the apartment.Mum took this awesome video...of me! Aleesa, Vv, Penny and ...