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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
TravelPod Member ReviewsRevelstoke Lodge
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We drove the Sky in the Parkway route to the top of the mountain (not easy in Celine given the size of her, apparently I only have myself to blame). This route is a 26km route up switchbacks with stunning views over the valley. At the ...
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 ...
... host welcomes us to Snowdrifters guesthouse, very comfortable accommodation attached to her house. Monday A drive up the Meadows in the Sky parkway brings us close to the summit of Mt Revelstoke in the national park of the same name. From the summit a myriad of trails set out. We initially visit an historical fire tower no longer in use before beginning the longer Eva lakes trail. This winds it's way through ...
... v ničem jiném...
Ještě jedna věc je tady s lyžováním trošku jiná. Helmu na hlavě má úplně každý, automaticky, bez přemýšlení. A to dokonce i na skihillech, které jsou vyloženě dětské, jako třeba ten u Edmontonu, kde jsem byl před měsícem jednou lyžovat. Kopeček, který by člověk sjel i po slepu, ale helmu měl přesto úplně každý. ...
... keenly hoarded precious messages that have helped at some of the most difficult times.
It makes such a difference, kind and encouraging words from strangers who I've met at rest stops or even traffic lights and I'm truly humbled by the wonderful people who have scooped up a tired, dishevelled cyclist from the side of the road and shared their homes, their lives (and laundry) helping me to get me going again.
Looking back at my original blog entry a week ...