Heffley Boutique Inn
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... was a very hot and sunny day and we had some lunch, a great steak sandwich, on the Riverside Terrace before continuing our journey.
Many, many miles down the road we stopped at Revelstoke - a hot, dry place famous for railways and skiing, on the banks of the Columbia River - for coffee and cake and to get some petrol. It was at this point that we realised we didn't know if the car took petrol or diesel, and nobody else knew either! We gave up ...
... dump 4days before our arrival and you would swear it only snowed the night before, there was fresh lines to be found everywhere!
The next debate we all had was what to do about watching the Olympic hockey final between Canada and Sweden which started at 4am.. naturally the decision was to party all night long and stay up and watch the game down stairs in the hotel so we had some drinks and some more drinks and ...
... early and met Mum mid morning at Balacco cafe, a local coffee house which we had frequented a number of times already. Being the socialite she is, Mum had made friends with half the shop by the time we stumbled in and we were introduced to Rosie, a young kiwi Hannah's age who lives in Raro. We skied with her and her family on the Morrisey Express afterwards, floating in the new pow until 2pm. One of the great draw cards for Sunpeaks is that the village literally meets the ...
2.Mum exceeded expectations when she did a jump, skied backwards, skied a black run and learnt the theme song to Suits! Maybe we just underestimated her.
3. Our accommodation: The Whistler Condo was definitely a highlight but the Hotel shampoos and mouthwashes at the other places have me sold. I've been hoarding them and I've now got so many ill be set for months!
4. The scenery: Whistler is known for ...
... to come (as they do in Whistler), but it is a much smaller proposition.
Have eaten bison twice today. The first time was for lunch at a Trading Post and it came in the form of a hamburger and the 2nd time for dinner when we went to a restaurant to be told about the origins of the fur trade in this area. It was a small slice with a small slice of salmon.
Have been told that there ...