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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and staff members. So, did the Rocky Mountaineer live up to our expectations, yes, one hundred percent. Would we do it again, absolutely, choosing a different route however, there is so much more of Canada to see. Would we recommend it to others, of course, start planning. Did we eat and drink too much, hell yes. The meals and snacks were five star restaurant quality and the wine and drinks list extensive. Was the service top notch, definitely, as well ...
... were on our way west to Kamloops, British Columbia. We drove through Yoho National Park, Mt Revelstoke NP, and yet another Glacier National Park, which confuses me, because Glacier in the US extends up into Alberta and is also called Glacier NP in Canada. Well, after driving for days and days through flat prairie lands and farms, there are no crops, here. These lands give back in a very different way…they are food for the senses. And how satiated we ...
... the day was equally well organised with a flotilla of buses at the train station to ferry the passengers to the hotels. Keys are issued on the train and there is no checkin process and the luggage is in your room waiting for you. We were able to time our run to the Red Bridge perfectly to capture a sunset in Kamloops. We celebrated a great day of relaxed adventuring with dinner at Frick and Frack. And we were lucky enough to stumble onto Fishbowl Friday. Big ...
Kamloops Tuesday: We have had a busy few days with the kids, after Vancouver we caught the Greyhound Bus up to Whistler. The weather was a bit miserable just drizzly rain. We checked into the Holiday Inn and the girl working there was from Nudgee in Brisbane not to far from where we live. She ended up giving us an extra room for a very good rate so I got a room to myself which was great. The rooms are well fitted out with kitchenettes and all are ...
... 80 kph. Pemberton is only about 30 kms from Whistler. I had organised to meet Jenny at the Visitors Centre. I drove past it twice and was getting quite frustrated but eventually found her sitting with all the baggage. We loaded it all into the car and set off to find the kids and to get something for me to eat.
Whistler was full of tourists and mountain bikers as the snow hasn’t come yet. It seemed too big and busy for me.