Quality Inn Castlegar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Well I haven't posted in a day or so as nothing vaguely interesting has been happening other than driving sleeping and driving. We have arrived in Rossland where it's cold and raining. This is definitely a young person town. Talent everywhere and very friendly, if it wasn't so Fing cold might be a cool place to hang out. Have got Declan organised, found a house for rent via Google and he was able to score it for 2 months at $100 ...
... driving from there and the sky got sunnier and more blue as the day went on ... until we got to Sparwood, BC. The weather remained perfect but after that we began to encountered more serious mountain passes. It's obvious that we should, of course, after all it's in the mountains and the towns are in valleys, so, it was up and over and down, again and again, often with steep drop-offs. I'm ...
... br> based on Lilly suggestion and grabbed a few stools at the bar. We
tried some locals brews and enjoyed the local people. Matt talked to
a few guys from the town while Marcie and I gabbed with the
bartender. After a while I was happy to get a text from Lilly...she
was gonna come out and meet us for a drink or two. I always like
meeting people from whatever city I am traveling to. Its great fun
to sit and talk to them about where their from and learn ...
... West is so big -- the Potomac Gorge will never seem the same. I have always had trouble doing landscape pictures -- and I think I am beginning to understand why. The picture can never do justice to what you feel when you are there. The experience is so much more than visual. Videos add a little. I think paintings are better, because one can distort things in favor of what one is feeling.
... were pleasantly surprised to find new wineries had opened up since our last time in the area – K Mountain Vineyards, Robin Ridge Winery, Herder Winery & Vineyards and Crowsnest Vineyards. More great BC wines for Jeff and I to try out. Unfortunately the wineries were closed for the season and we could not purchase these wines at the local BC Liquor Store (oh the bureaucracy – Canada does a poor job in promoting its own local produce ...