Travelodge City Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... feet wide gorge. It was named in 1808 by Simon Fraser because it reminded him of the Gates of Hell. We then passed on by Skuzzy Creek, named after the boat built in 1882 to transport railway supplies up the river through Hell’s Gate. After many unsuccessful attempts, a complex system using a steam winch and ring bolts attached to the canyon walls, along with the manpower of 150 Chinese labourers successfully moved the boat through Hell’s Gate ...
... weight staff and chefs.
As we've heard, the food is a feature of the Rocky Mountaineer. It was superb, with a selection of menu options, 2 course breakfast and three course lunch - very gourmet and good size servings. To deal with the number of people on each carriage there are two meal sittings. If you are on the second sitting you get an extra course to make sure you don't get hungry while you wait. Each carriage has it's own ...
... that you can see in the distance. Another short stop up Hwy 99 is Duffey Lake where you can launch your boat. This is where we caught up with the manic who overturn cars on a double yellow line must have been in a big hurry to launch his boat.
Stopped at Seton Lake to have lunch didn't take a photo as there are just too many picture perfect scenes. The lake is huge and when you look over the edge you can see the ...
... we had to be towed. The first tow truck had trouble towing us. It wasn't really a big enough truck to tow a Class A motorhome. When we went up hill, the driver was grinding lots of gears.
The wait for the repairs to the RV has been boring. I have been watching movies like Pink Panther and the John Wayne Western series that Grandpa has. We played Cribbage last night. Gemma ...
... allowed to take some turns for either side. He's pretty good at it. Two balls at either end of a cord are tossed at a ladder. If the balls wrap around the top rung, that's 2 points. If they wrap around the middle rung, that's 3 points. If they wrap around the bottom rung, that's 1 point. The first team to reach 21 points wins. As I said, he was getting points for both sides.