Sandman Hotel Revelstoke
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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On the 22nd August my good friend James flue in from the UK for 1 week in BC.
We had a list of things James would like to accomplish in this short time but we gave it a dam good go!
James had pre-booked a RV rental before leaving the UK, and I think it's safe to say we didn't expect a 8 berth, 30 foot motor home, complete with extending sides, full kitchen, bathroom and Enough room to swing ...
... s a vast country, I can't begin to see it all whichever way I travel.
Throughout the journey there has also been a growing sense of peace and calmness, when the road stretches out before you, your legs find a rhythm and your mind can freewheel. Cycling is one of the most simple activities, and that's all I've done really, just a bit of a long bike ride every day.
So, what next? The short answer is I'm not sure, but getting on the bike everyday has become a way of ...
... the road from the hostel and let gazza the GPS guide us on our way. The road leading out of Vancouver was bumph and well worn. Like with any city, the drive to the outskirts is never to exciting and is always kinda drab. In just over an hour though we reached our first attraction for the day, Bridal Veil Falls...turns out everywhere has one. Unfortunately our arrival to the falls was poorly timed as it coincided with the arrival of a busload of loud and ...
... It was dinner time and off to bed, 23 kms of hiking had done us in for the day.
We enjoyed a camping dinner of dehydrated chicken and quinoa as we warmed up to a fire crackling in the stove and then crawled into our sleeping bags and called it a day. An amazing day for that matter.
We awoke Sunday morning to another beautiful morning, the lake was glass and the air was cool and there wasn't a sound except ...
... good place to go. It was outside our spiderweb of normal daytrips and would give us the opportunity to stop in a few different places.
We set off from Banff at 9am with Steffie at the wheel and got into an easy rhythm driving on the Trans-Canada past Lake Louise towards Golden. We stopped off at the Spiral Railway Tunnels which were engineered to allow the trains an easier route up a steeply climbing section just before Field. Not long after I spied a black mass ...