Ponderosa Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Saturday: After all the stop starts delays and catch ups on our train ride across Canada we actually arrived on time ... It did take us over an hour to get our checked baggage and Kaffs bag was the lucky last off...So we ventured outside and joined the massive Taxi queue. 30 minutes later we were in a Taxi with an Indian Sheik with a Turban and we were off..Yes madam I do know where we are going......Yes madam we seem to be lost ! Meter ...
... 8211; a Travelodge in Chilliwack. The Canadian Travelodge is slightly better than the English equivalent despite being similarly priced. We had a double room with separate seating area, two TVs, a coffee machine, use of a swimming pool, hot tub, and gym, plus free breakfast in the morning.
We stayed as long as we could in the hotel before finishing the drive to the port in Vancouver, heading for Vancouver Island.
Had a nice sleep right along the river and the loud noise of the river rapids didn't bother us so we must of been buggered. Had a hot porridge breakfast as it was really cold and an overcast grey day. After breakfast we drove down the Highway to the information center which had some good displays set up about the park and the animals. We watched an interesting movie on black bears and grizzly bears and what to do if we are to come across one when out on one of the trails. The ...
... into there camp like family.
We had the best time at Motion Notion, really good introduction for our first canadian doof.
During the day it was so hot every one was wearing next to nothing (nakedness every where) Most people enjoying a dip in the freezing cold river, which was a glacier run off ahahaha, i got in up to my neck. Then at night time it was freezing. It was the best of both worlds.
... what it must have been like to take the train into the mountain wilderness and arrive at such a civilized resort. The walk reminded Tony of hikes along abandoned rail beds around Sonora he used to take with his grandfather, except this this there were not sandwiches from Long Drugs or naps along the trail
Manny and Tony survived the short walk and we headed up to Roger’s Pass to see what it looked like when it was ...