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TravelPod Member ReviewsHume Hotel Nelson
Enjoyable stay, but be careful to check for events in the nightclub or pub that can make it loud in the rooms until the wee hours.
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Gabón .... Me he tomado el día libre para vagar por las calles de este precioso,pueblo, que volvió a la vida , después de haber estado difunto ayer.. Me han impresionado los restaurantes tan pintorescos y hippies , al igual que las tiendas , "amor y paz hermanos" ........lo que si es que esta todo carísimo , mugres hippies millonarios del siglo XXI...a mi me ha servido para conocer el pueblo y además descansar después de la ...
... the building of railways played an important role. Mining, the search for gold, and the forestry industry played their part in the settlement of the area as well. For me, the highlight of the art show was a fibre art rendering of an aerial photo of the Kootenay Valley completed for
the 2013 Canadian Quilt Association show.
We took Highway be 3A out of Creston and for approximately 60 km we wound ...
... Roxanne. I’ve been a huge fan of this flick since its release 26 (26!) years ago, so when Nelson showed up on my Road Atlas within range of potential routes for my road trip, I knew I had to work it in.
I made it to Nelson a bit later in the day than I had hoped, so I was unable to do full justice to the town before dark, but I did have enough daylight left to find and photograph the locations used for ...
Coming to Nelson is a bit of an escape – an oasis in the midst of the mountains on a lake. The town of Nelson is located on the West Arm of Kootenay Lake, nestled in the rugged Selkirk Mountains in the West Kootenay region. The first time I came here, I remember being at Max and Bev's place on a day when it was misty over the mountain tops. I gazed out from their deck to take in the beautiful view of the lake and mountains. I felt a ...
... nothing but snow capped mountain peaks as far as the eyes could see with most peaks covered in trees which is very different compared to the Alps.
A couple of other tourers had followed us up the track on split snow boards - a really cool piece of equipment that allows a snow board to be turned into touring skis for skinning up the mountains. We exchanged a few words with them and looked for a bit of advice on the ...