Mountain Spirit Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... who work here (or volunteer in some cases) are passionate about maintaining the history and heritage of the mine and the trains and equipment that go with it. The train returns us to the 'downtown' station and we have a wander around the Platzl with all it's Bavarian themed shops. But despite the Bavarian branding of the town, I'll remember Kimberley for it's mine, it may not be as glamorous an image, but the mine is an integral part of the town's ...
... down the street in front of us. I remind Jim that we have to get ourselves back to the other side of town so that we can ride on the wagon as well. “What time is it?” I ask. Jim pulls out his phone. “It’s 2:45.” “Remember the site closes at 5 and we still need to do the wagon and the train ride.” I know,” he answers. There is strange looking tractor at the end of the street we are sitting on. ...
... 3:00 p.m. “I have a bit of a crazy idea,” I say to Jim out of the silence of our drive. “Oh, what’s that?” he asks. “Well, it’s only 3, and we will get to Kimberley about 5:30 maybe a bit later if we are going to Cranbrook for food. We would just be sitting around doing not much of anything so it would be okay if we got there later, like even 9 or so. Radium Hot Springs is about a half hour up ...
We then entered Fernie, a town we were told later is a very popular ski resort. We had wanted to take some photos as we drove, but there were no suitable ...
... that didn't take long." We ride along in almost complete silence. The road is considerably better than yesterday; a little bit wider and more places where there are passing lanes so the trip is not as nerve wracking, at least not to me.
Up and down, around and around. The road goes on and on. Even if there is a scenic view, I am not able to take any pictures so I sit and watch the world go by. Very quickly the signs say that we are nearing the town ...