Glacier House Resort
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... just didn't care by this point in time. I think we each managed a few hours of broken sleep, and woke up around 5am and hit the road. We stopped at a gas station, got some coffee from Tim's, and then found a nice place on the side of the highway to get breaky happening. We had fruit and yogurt parfaits with granola and blueberry sauce... Mom got adventurous and made coffee on the single propane burner! We pulled out the roadside shower kit and cleaned ourselves up ...
... written already, so for those interested in, there is a link: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/mtrm/1/1326220608/tpod.html?view =preview
Perhaps I only briefly mention some interesting facts about this place. Revelstoke was established as a settlement in 1880 during the construction of the Trans Canadian Pacific Railway. The town then became the hub for loggers and hunters for a long time. Tourism began to grow slowly in the early 80 's of the ...
Come join Kula, lynn & bruce as the climb through Garibladi park along Canadian Hwy 99 to Revelstoke. After an overnight stay at the Glacier House they head through Revelstoke National Park, Glacier National Park, Yoho National park and straight into the heart of the Canadian Rockies until they finally enter ...
... and it appeared deaf) people. It is a 15 minute slightly uphill climb to the falls and i was hoping this was enough of a deterrent to keep the oldies at bay but no such luck. As we climbed through this love.y old growth forst up to the waterfalls the serenity was crushed by the deafening gutteral screams of the tourists or the tour guide beckoning people back to the bus and being to lazy to walk closer to them to pass on the message. They also all managed to ignore ...
... amp; get up early to leave Revelstoke. We found a lovely restaurant for dinner which was great & I think we may have broken a record for the longest time taken to eat a salad & a main course, we managed to string it out for nearly two & a half hours! After we finally left the restaurant we contemplated going for a cup of tea somewhere but no it was late & the Ol frontier was calling! Waking up bright & early (7.30 to be exact) we decided to get up & check ...