Sandman Hotel Revelstoke
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... a place called the Spaghetti Factory that had the First tram in Vancouver in the restaurant. Note to the Woodies we had soup for lunch today couldn't do justice to a full blown lunch.
Made it back to our hotel with a bunch of souvies and straight to the bar for a light refreshment or two that happened to last for 5 or so hours. Blew the budget that day.
Anyway we're here in Revelstoke about 600 ...
Today was a light day on the road, traveling only a few hundred kms from Kamloops to Revelstoke. The country changed dramatically from high arid grasslands to foothills forest. There is already some striking mountain scenery around us, Mount Revelstoke being the most spectacular so far. Interesting how the Okanagan grasslands are so sparsely forested, and then the ...
... but with views of glaciers, valleys and mountains. These trails certainly separate the wheat from the chaff and after 3 hours climbing up, up, up we felt like chaff!! The hot springs pool at our campground felt sooooo good after the hike.
The weather has been spectacular so far with cloudless sunny skies and daytime temperatures 20+ dropping to around 5 overnight.
Next stop the Okanagon Valley.
... is a set of tunnels built through the mountains for trains to use as the grade is too steep along the mountains for the trains to go straight down. Instead they have to follow a set of tracks that slowly move down the mountains. We were lucky that shortly after we arrived a train actually came along. If the train is long enough you will see that the back of the train and front of the train cross over with the front being on ...