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We boarded the Rocky Mountaineer at 7.30am in Vancouver. The check-in and boarding was really well organised and the train was massive, I reckon it was about 30 carriages long! The Red Leaf class that we were in was really comfortable, so much so that I had no trouble sleeping - however as Kelly reminds me i managed to sleep on a …
... been able to go out with him. Gemma is NOT going to get into the kayak with other people around, and Bob thought the water would be too cold.
We saw some Canada Geese adults with their half-grown goslings. The sun was out for a while, but by the time Torston was ready to quit, the sky was overcast again. We opted to come into town and not take a chance of getting pinned ...
... term "Ghost Town".
Well, our train journey continues. We travel over Spencer’s Bridge where 200 – 300 people live in a local township. We travel down alongside the ‘Jaws of Death Gorge’ where there are great rapids and lots of rafting occurs. The rapids can get up to 6ft with an average height of 3-5ft. They are really swirling around as we pass.
Next is Avalanche Alley which is a stretch of the railway that ...
... is one of the "more mature" cabins in the park...and that the room we would be moved to would be newer.....I was thinking what, was this one built in the 1950's then? Anyway, the new rooms, on the Richter scale of smells was about a 5 instead of a 12 out of 10.....so quite ok. However, it was still old and tired, with cracked toilet and old shower curtains etc. On the bright side, we were given complimentary breakfasts for the rest of our stay, so ...
... br> Hells Gate is definitely a tourist venture. There is a cable car across the river and a suspension bridge to walk back across. We got a good view of salmon spawning near the walls of the cliff. Interestingly there are no restrooms on the highway side of Hells Gate you have to cross the ravine by cable car to use the loos. Clever bit of marketing. We stopped for a quick brew and a piece of the best maple syrup fudge I have ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility