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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
... 150-foot-long Kicking Horse Pedestrian Bridge, the longest freestanding timber frame bridge in Canada. The bridge is named after the nearby Kicking Horse River and Kicking Horse Pass.
What up with all the kicking? The river was named in 1858, when explorer James Hector was kicked by his packhorse while exploring the river. Hector survived and named the river as a result of the incident.
The town ...
Over the last two days we've done nearly 650kms, that will nearly double over the next two days as we drive from Canmore to Revelstoke, then Revelstoke to Naramata. We covered such different countryside! From high mountains, avalanche tunnels, swamp ground, lakes, trees changing colour to vineyards and orchards. We spent the first part of the day doing loads and loads of washing and cleaning, then we were ready to go. Conrad has heard a lot about ...
... set off, I was expecting the trip to take approximately 2.5 months. I'm surprised it's been quicker but I have been on a roll.
There are certainly a few places I could have lingered, mostly because of the people, and at times I've questioned that I'm not doing enough 'tourist' things such as visiting museums, hiking. But that's for another trip. Cycling through the landscape has, I feel, given me a unique perspective most tourists, and many Canadians don't get to ...