Ramada Limited Grand Forks

Address: 2729 Central Avenue, Grand Forks, British Columbia, V0H1H2, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 2729 Central Avenue, Grand Forks.
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    Travel Blogs from Grand Forks

    Weather is lovely again!

    A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Sep 04, 2014

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    Wish I’d continued a little further yesterday to Nancy Green Pr Pk. It’s small but a gorgeous spot and excellent trails along both sides of the lake. Oh well, next time ...

    Drove as far as Grand Forks just to see the place, but went back to Christina Lake to spend the night. Enjoyed a delicious Lemon Pie Ice Cream cone before cleaning up the van for the border crossing tomorrow. Wouldn't want to have any uncooked potatoes or carrots, you know!!!
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    Grand Forks = Deer + Grasshopers

    A travel blog entry by bananita on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... Dreads, and flowy garb abound, and a number of folks are walking around barefoot. Historically, Nelson is where many US conscientious dissenters regarding the Vietnam war moved to. They were educated and mobile and shaped the city's politics and culture.

    We then drifted to Grand Forks, about 2 hrs away, and found Gregg & Becky's place. Gregg and Andrew ...

    Day 7: Tonasket To Republic, WA Mile 277

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... downhill for miles. Rolled into Republic as their annual Prospector Day's Festival kicked off. Maura had her fish n' chips and I had my Jo Jo's as we listened to live music and walked around the historic town. Republic, once known as Eureka Gulch, was a wild and furious gold rush boom town. We met ...

    Day Twenty-seven : Christina Lake

    A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 06, 2013

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    ... a coal town, with the claim of it being the biggest truck in the world. Although we are generally heading west the road zig zags close to the USA border and then away from it with plenty of variety in each valley. After lunch in Creston we were no longer able to avoid the hills and went over a couple of passes, the first (Kootenay) was 1774m and had snow on the buildings there. The second was Bonanza Pass at 1535m. Both of these had ...

    A week with the home builder!!!

    A travel blog entry by worldorbust on Sep 28, 2013

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    I set up another work for food and lodging deal through the website staydu.com. This one was particularly interesting because this guy lived on top of a mountain and had built all of his buildings himself. He and his wife live on this 500 acre property in the Canadian wilderness. The views were jaw dropping. It even snowed a couple of nights while we were there. He had a giant bulldozer that he called his "snowplow" because during the winter they get 3 feet of snow ...