Park Place Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... town which we explored. The sun was setting as we made our way back to the house. Another round of foosball which went surprisingly well given the hour and tiredness of the kids. Kent was due home around 9pm from the coal mine but was held back to deal with a potential fire in one of the tunnels, we didn't manage to wait up for him. The next morning the Naninnga kids were able to skip school till lunchtime which our boys were thrilled with. We were pleased to see Kent ...
Itinerary: "7/14/2014 Monday Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Park Start the day by "Going to the Sun" which is the nickname for the road along the Logan Pass through the heart of Glacier National Park. Known for its stunning scenery and narrow turns, the road is closed to motorcoaches. Therefore you will be guided in a small, comfortable vehicle by local Blackfeet Indian guides who will teach you about their native lands and its history. See Glaciers, pristine forests, ...
... live in such a spectacular province. We arrived in Fernie around 3 pm and took the opportunity to use the pool, the outdoor hot tub and take a long 2 hr walk around the Elk River and the town of Fernie. Stayed at a vert nice hotel, the Best Western Plus Fernie Mountain Lodge - highly recommended. dinner at Boston Pizza, then a swim and free breakfast in the ...
Fernie - Helmet day for all
A short update as we have not gone anywhere other than blasting down the mountain.
We have all taken to having helmets following Doug's face plant yesterday. He is ok now, just a bruised ego and a distinct imprint of his goggles added to this is his pander eyes from wearing them – it is quite a sight.
The helmet thing is also the norm and I can get used to it and maybe even ...
Today was our first day off in 6 days and we were heading out tonight for Halloween!! In England we dont celebrate it but here in Fernie it was a major event! Everyone was dressing up and we were racking our brains looking for an outfit to wear.
Ben and I walked into town to have a look at the different costumes and after a while searching Ben found his costume. He found a Hulk mask and he ...