Revelstoke Gateway Inn
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... enjoyed a meal of miso soup, a shared platter of nigiri & teriyaki salmon. It was delicious.
We came back to a beautiful unit on the ground floor of their house. The bedroom is separate, with a lounge, dining, full kitchen & bathroom and all very tastefully done. Anja arrived home a little later and again apologised for the mix-up. We chatted to her for a while as she is Dutch and they came here 5 years ago. So we were able to chat about our love for Holland, etc.
... were not in the inner circle thus not chosen. Waiters/waitresses were part of the show and members of the cast wandered the audience at will. All in all an entertaining evening. Sunday Drive, drive and more drive as after breakfast with Dustin it was hit the road and drive all the way to Revelstoke through a changing landscape of desert and large lakes before arriving in this cute ski town surrounded by mountains. ...
... to back down the hill since the turn was to sharp. Visited Emerald Lake-Lake Louise was originally called Emerald Lake, but once this was seen, the name got changed after granddaughter (Louise). Pass through Golden (Service base for car repair anytime of day, played John Denver on the bus on Moms Birthday. Changed Time Zones at 4:47. Spent the night at Revelstoke. In Revelstoke in 1971-1972 there was 80 ft of snow. The Columbia River was there. ...
... 382;e být kdykoliv, třeba zítra :-)
Lyžování ten den bylo naprosto úžasné. Prašan místy až nad kolena, no byla to zkrátka dobrá jízda. Jak říká Jarda, v Alpách by z toho byli nešťastní, pač lidé v Evropě jsou zvyklí zpravidla jen na upravené sjezdovky. Tady je takový den málem národním svátkem. Lyžování v prašanu má ale vážně něco do sebe. Jak to člověk jednou okusí, už ...
... corn melting into the bluest, clearest horizon in Saskatchewan. The dramatic, dinosaur filled canyons of Drumheller and oil-fuelled prosperity of Alberta and finally, fittingly dramatic, the Rocky mountains, the wild, arresting, heart-pumping, lung breaking gatekeepers to British Columbia.
One of the single, overwhelming emotions however is gratitude. For the huge number of emails and blog comments people have taken the time to send, every single one has been ...