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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... place and the curving staircases.
We went onto the balcony for an amazing view of the Rockies, the Bow River and the ground surrounding the hotel. The kids watched a few people in the outdoor swimming about.
I went back to the van with Ashton while the rest walked down from the hotel to the Bow River Falls. We spent a happy half hour playing by the river, the falls were very wide, the kids loved throwing rocks ...
... waited for ages at the bus stop. When it finally came we had to scan our bus passes to hop onto it. After the ride we went to a shop where Kitty bought a fluffy bag with the face of a bear on it. Then we had to decide between an Italian, Mexican or Indian restaurant. We wandered around for a bit trying to decide where to eat, but when we ended up at the Italian restaurant, everyone was a bit fed up so we ate there. I had an awesome mango soda ( which is a fizzy drink) ...
A big day! Since Mike wakes up early he took the time before the rest of us woke up to read about things to do around Revelstoke, we ended up deciding on some hikes up on Mt. Revelstoke. After breakfast we loaded the car and headed up the mountain, a little bit of a longer drive than expected but all the same, beautiful. We drove to a point about a kilometer from the summit with the plan to do some ...
... 88 and it opened on the 1 June 1888. This building burnt down in 1926 and the building we see today was completed in 1928 and has been added to over the years. It is huge. All around are high Rocky Mountains, simply awesome and this now has our vote for the Most Scenic lunch spot of all time. We got off the bus near our Hotel and were surprised to find a White-tailed deer grazing on a vacant block. With the mountains so close, you never know what you may see ...
... in the wheelchair. It is only a 20 minute walk back to town...once in town. Brian was thrilled to catch a road bike race. We are also amazed at the huge amount of fencing of their national park highway to help protect the wildlife coming to grief with the traffic. They have built special grass top bridges over the highway and tunnels under the road for the wildlife to cross AMAZING. We leave this beautiful place tomorrow to head down to south to Victoria ...