Sandman Inn Smithers
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... place to visit. It lies a few miles off of the highway. But to get there one has to cross over a one lane suspension bridge. We wait our turn to cross and continue on to Old Town.
This place is like it came out of another century, which it did. It is the oldest surviving settlement in British Columbia. It has/had a riverboat port, and the main streets "y" right in the middle of town. Neither one of them continue for more than a block. I'm not sure which way to go at ...
... a good meal before turning in to the sound of the river and trains and trains and more trains. The stars were so bright, too, such a treat.
Next morning, we were both ready to leave at pretty much the same time -- another validation that we were meant to travel together. Continuing up the Canyon, we passed a Badger crossing sign -- who thinks up these things and why not a generic animal crossing sign? We passed ...
... Keeping us awake and alert anyway.
Jasper National Park is the largest of Canada's Rocky Mountain parks, covering 4200 square miles. It connects to Banff National Park to the south. It is really pretty, The mountains with all the snow, the forests.
We discovered how they named Yellowhead trail. It is named for an Iroquois trapper and guide who worked for the Hudson's Bay ...
Had a nice quiet sleep in the squash Carpark. Got up and amazingly it wasn't raining.. We made the most of it not raining and took a walk along the Water front and down to Cow Bay. Did some shopping in the local arty home stores then we went to the Museum of Northern B.C which was in the same building as the information center. It was all about the First Nations that were settled in the area thousands of years ...
Well, it’s time…our Great Alaska Adventure has come to an end but
the memories are forever etched in our minds. What a journey it's been - from beginning to end it’s been a “WOW” vacation. It’s hard to describe what our most memorable times were but it’s
not hard to say the friends we made along the way will stay with us forever. If ever you get a chance to experience this vast wonderland…don’t hesitate…it will ...