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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Well….5:15 :-/ But, I forced myself to stay in bed and managed another hour I think. Fresh peach muffins this morning - so again I was a lazy relax on the Patio enjoying a pot of ground coffee and this freshly baked masterpiece.
Then, once Beloved was up and about, we went over to the main lodge to meet up and have breakfast together - a very Canadian affair with freshly made pancakes, bacon and maple syrup - ...
... day of trekking and meet for breakfast in the main lodge. Yet again the quality of the fare was outstanding. There was fresh fruit, muslie, yoghurt, bagels, crumpets, salmon, veggies, cheese, ham, and the list goes on. We were told to eat plenty as we would not be back before 9pm.
We were in Paul’s group with Charlotte and Julie - a really nice couple of girls (ok so I still call myself a ...
... the balcony to relax and savour the breathtaking view.
We met our fellow guests over an absolutely amazing dinner, care of Kristen. I applaud just how much these guys plough back into the community and support local producers - whether it was the drinks served, or the delicious fare, all come from the BC area. By driving the sustainability agenda and highlighting the positives coming from ...
... bears which took us out of our comfort zone as you had to hack through really dense rainforests in the pouring rain and mud and climbing up rock faces but that just added to the excitement. Pete wore shorts the first time and soon realised that was a mistake when he got a massive cut up the back of his leg. We managed to see about 5 grizzlies whilst we were there, one of which walked right in front of us. We had hoped to see more and also wanted to see ...
... out of place stomping in with our rucksacks. By far the nicest place we have stayed in, with only 11 rooms, each with a balcony that overlooks Lake Kootenay, and the usual two queen beds - maybe we need to re-think our sleeping arrangements when we get home as we always get very excited when we walk into a room and discover ...