Sandman Hotel Revelstoke
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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Itinerary: "7/18/2014 Friday Yoho National Park and Revelstoke Today drive south along the Icefields Parkway, stop in Yoho National Park before your tour crosses the continental divide westbound again. The mountains of the Continental Divide were the curse of railway builders and forced the Canadian Pacific Railway to build spiral tunnels inside …
... Pacific Railway was built through the area. The city was named in appreciation of Lord Revelstoke, head of a British investment bank that helped save the Canadian Pacific Railway from bankruptcy in the summer of 1885. The Revelstoke Railway Museum celebrates the history and heritage of rail’s impact on Revelstoke.
Today, the area may be best known for the Revelstoke Mountain Resort, a ski area with ...
... for always having everything to hand when needed, I couldn't have asked for a better companion to share the road with.
Indeed I can't begin thank everyone, family, friends, long-standing and new, who have supported me over the last weeks. I know I can happily live with just a few panniers full of clothes, no problem. But what is most important is that which I can't bring with me everyday, the people I love and care about. I miss you, but thank you for being there, always.
... we were also mindful that being around these people any longer would not end in 'happily ever after' so we needed to move on. With a few more hours of driving under our belts we entered the region of Kamloops. Now i have to say i hadnt heard much about this area but i guess i figured that the landscape throughout the drive to the Rockies would simply just get more lush with huge pine or fir forrests, as well as more mountainous. Well i was surprised to instead ...
... and wonderful craftsmanship. Norman Sansom who spent over 30 years climbing up and down Sulphur Mountain doing meteorological readings and studies was also a long term curator and really built the displays still on show today. Over his lifetime he travelled over 32,000km collecting, studying and committing his life to this passion and purpose. The displays are predominantly animals, birds and some insects with a good taxidermy job and considering these are 80 to over 100 years ...