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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Business Services
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We left this morning in no hurry as we only had 100km to go. As always when one has plenty of time, time runs away. We got to Sicamous and wanted coffee. Into Blondie's we went. Absolutely super, just what you and Eva might have done Alice. Went on and went up a little side road to eat out sandwiches hoping to see some wildlife. Not a thing in …
G'Day All .... Well today is D day picked up the hire car around 9:30 and on the way by10. Great start to the day traffic pretty good and my new girlfriend was very good at giving directions so only had to do 1 u turn,not bad, the old Tom Tom is a thing of the past now we get a Samsung mini note pad complete with credits to phone home free of …
... many more green grassy patches and the trees were varying shades of green rather than the deep green of the Icefields. There seemed to be less tundra area before the snow capped peaks. It was rather pretty, despite a bit of stress about the fuel gauge.
With the help of our trusty GPS (Gypsy) we easily found our accommodation, Guesthouse Mountain Escape, after many turns. On arrival we were greeted with a bit of a blank look. It had been a year since I ...
... were treated to a spectacular display of stars were blessedly being left in peace. The next morning we started the last leg of our journey towards Nelson. On route we passed through some really nice little villages. Probably the best of the lot being a little place called New Denver, which turned out to be everything Revelstoke wasn't. Postcard pretty houses, friendly people and a real feel that you had moved back in ...
... than heat or headwinds. There is a tangible end to a climb, even up a mountain. The downhill sections are pure adrenalin, hairpin bends, flying down through the clouds for miles at a time.
So there are a few more bumps in the road still to navigate, but the main section of the Rockies is now behind me. Mountains, for me, are magical, energising place to be and I have left these ones feeling strong, calm and very happy. The end of my Canadian crossing is also now in sight and in ...