Hotel De Oro
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel De Oro
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel De Oro Lillooet
Travel Blogs from Lillooet
... head north and we see a sign for Nairn Falls 1.5km. Why not? Off we go, again making noises until we meet some others on the track and calm down a bit. The falls were not as epic as the world "waterfall" seems to advertise but there was a rather cool bowl that had been formed from swirling water and it created a drain type movement. Back we go, and continue on the road trip after topping up with fuel ( fuel gauge has mind of its own, better to be safe then ...
... was a right ******** but did tell us we could park at the campground 5 minutes down the road. We turned the wrong way, as we were half asleep and he was following us and told us to take the other road across the road from the highway. He continued to follow us right in to our campsite and it looked like he was taking down our details.. Who knows?? Maybe another fine, we aren't sure. Finally back to sleep in the small town campground of Lillooet next to the Seton ...
... had been doing that work since 1987. After seeing her uncle, with whom she was very close, choose alcohol over her as well as the ruin of his life, she felt she had a calling to work with those struggling with addiction. I asked if she had noticed any changes during her tenure. She said that drugs such as meth and cocaine had become much more prevalent whereas it used to be mainly only alcohol. I asked why she thought things had changed and she ...
... style hair clips and wore the very long hair style characteristic of Native women. For an outsider like myself, I was happy to see attempts to retain the culture were in full force. After so many years of governments and white men working to take away the culture, it was positive to see it still remaining.
I suppose as a result of the increased willingness to chat with us, I learned more and more about the personal history of some of ...
... t stand for Native Indian Health Benefit until the last day. No one told me that's what it stood for. I just made that up because that was the agency providing the coverage for the Natives....so that's what I said. Turns out it stands for Non-Insured Health Benefits. Oh. Oops. Then there's MSP and MHR and PHN's and Status numbers. I thought PHN # meant Phone Number. Vicky gently explained that PHN was actually a ...