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Midday temp: 23C
It was really cold when we woke up today. Our campsite is embedded in the woods and the forest canopy is so thick that no sunlight penetrates it and it seems gloomy. So we left Star behind and spent the day in Whistler, about 50 km north of the campground. There wasn't a cloud in the sky and the temperature warmed up nicely.
Whistler is a very charming town even without the snow. The village itself is very European-like and you can’t ...
... called GRANT ( as in ANT) and not as in AUNT. The last straw came when a Starbucks girl wanted to write my name on my cup (to be call out when ready). I tried really hard to have her understand Grant (as in AUNT not ANT) but as she was trying to write it she asked if it had an "e" in it ....so I gave up and for some time I am going to be grANT) Nikki and I love Vancovour .. It is very clean and the people are really friendly. Nikki loved the tree and plant covered Law ...
... Man wird einfach überhaupt nicht aufgrund seines Äußeren irgendwie beurteilt oder schräg angeschaut. Die meisten laufen hier in der Stadt relativ locker mit Turnschuhen rum (ok, ausgenommen die Geschäftsleute). Niemand betrachtet einen von oben herab, wie das in Deutschland oft der Fall ist, wenn man z.B. mit Wanderschuhen bei Douglas reinspazieren würde oder in ein Klamottengeschäft.
Und auch wenn ich früh laufen gehe.... da wird ...
... on the topic of liquid refreshments, I appreciate LC for its ubiquitous fruit juices. Whether in a restaurant or on the street, you can usually find someone squeezing fresh orange juice or whipping up some melon or passion fruit or banana beverage. True, they put a lot of sugar in these drinks (not in the squeezed OJ, which is pure), but the base is real, fresh fruit. The closest you can come in BC, unless you choose to mortgage your house for a fresh juice at ...
... scenery. We stopped in Squamish (about halfway to Whistler) for lunch and decided to stay here the night at the very nice Best Western hotel. Squamish itself is a fairly ordinary touristy town (think Wanaka or Taupo) catering very much to outdoor pursuits (perhaps not so obvious in winter!), but it’s lifted into significance because of the huge outcropping of snow-dusted sheer rock faces surrounding ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center