Historic Lund Hotel
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... Canada over 125 years ago. This route is Rocky Mountaineer's flagship route. The journey takes us along emerald green, glacier-fed rivers and lakes, and takes in the spectacular scenery of the Coast, Columbia and Rocky Mountains. Highlights include the Spiral Tunnels and Stoney Creek Bridge, both engineering masterpieces and Craigellachie, which is the location of the Last Spike on Canada's transcontinental rail line. We are on the train for ...
... However, for all you Go Outdoors geeks, he was wearing a Hi Gear rucksack!!! Ha (Miss you all!).
It was around 12.30pm when it finished and the resident band started to play just outside the shop. They were really cool and played about a 20min set every hour. We decided to sit on a bench and eat our picnic whilst listening to the music. There were lots of nice places to sit. It was almost like a rain forest, very beautiful. After finishing our picnic, ...
... 8211; most cruise passengers don’t venture very far from the shops or tours organized by the ship.
By the time we get back to the ship, we’ve walked about 10kms and we’re exhausted. Have lunch and a rest, then back out to walk around the town, and internet at the library. Murray returns early, to catch up on some rest and do some photo-shopping on the computer. Sailaway is not till 8.30pm.
At dinner our group includes Evelyn, who does ...
... on show.
Some of the cars had little dolls of children as mechanics working on the cars... funny and creepy at the same time.
In between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur my crazy/inspirational cousin did a 200km bike trek to raise money for the ...
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Our trip to Savary Island started early on Thursday 24th May with a quick breakfast and last minute packing (once again) and on our way soon after 7am. Chris likes to leave plenty of time for everything so we were at Horseshoe Bay with an hour to spare for the first ferry. However the lanes filled up quickly behind us. It is a huge vehicle ferry with room for ...