Nita Lake Lodge
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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With just the three of us left we had two days off due to bad weather, which included a heavy snow fall followed by a dramatic increase in temp and rain causing a large proportion of fresh snow to melt. On our days off we had a little adventure to the Olympic sports centre where Soph and I had a swim, and then had the whole ice rink to our selves so ...
... we had some much space to play around and pick our pool. At first it's like putting your feet into a bath you have just run but have made it too hot. Your feet feel freezing for a second then you can settle in to the hot water. The closer you got to the waterfall, the hotter it was, we were decently close but still maybe 2-3pools away. We went and stood near the waterfall but it was so hot. It was so relaxing! Our relaxing time got disturbed by some creepy guy. We'd been watching him ...
Today I went on a snow shoe tour. We took the gondola up to Olympic Station and then caught the chair lift to where we started our tour. It was enjoyable and glad I did it but not nearly as much fun as yesterday's zip lining. After having some lunch at'Ingrids Delicatesan' I headed back to Creekside to go for a walk. I bought some grippers (good advice from this mornings guide) for under my shoes, to help stop me from slipping on the icy paths. After the snow on Monday ...
... were all taken aback by how picturesque it was. You might get a sense of it from a couple of the photos but it seriously was a winter wonderland, with Chateau-style hotels everywhere, yurts and condos, and trees adorned with fairy lights. We explored the village on our first night (our hotel was right in the middle of it all - backing on to the 'Village Stroll'); had dinner at a burger bar; and, all rugged up in our warm gears, tried to take in this ...
... Dinner was roast beef with amazing potatoes (three of the guests were cooks at hotels/restaurants in Whistler) and also some tasty desserts. One of the highlights of the evening was meeting the three dogs of the house. Tiko, Roxy and Mya were very friendly and also very hungry! See photos! It is nice to meet some dogs and play with them especially as Jenny and I miss Becky (and Bobby) so.
From Kirsten’s we hot footed it to the bus stop and made ...