Stork Nest Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStork Nest Inn Smithers
A wonderful relaxing place to stay with cordial, helpful staff. Our room included a whirlpool tub,a great bed and a hot breakfast with eggs to order, pancakes, sausage and ham. Our only issue: no coffee pot in the room for early risers like us.
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Na een prima nachtrust, mede door de geweldige bedden, eerst begonnen aan een goed ontbijt in het hotel. Bij een Starbuck in het hotel koffie gedronken. Bij het vertrek uit Prince George zagen we aan de rand van de stad een grote shoppingmall, waar ook een Sears was. Daar hebben we wat inkopen gedaan.
Onderweg gestopt bij het Vander Hoof …
... odd name but what a beautiful setting it had. Snow covered peaks to the East, West and North!. The town is set against the Babine Mountain Range and the Hudson Bay Mountain. This picturesque community is a great base for a variety of recreational activities throughout the year. In the summer, Smithers is well-known for its excellent fishing and hunting, golfing, hiking and canoeing and kayaking. In the ...
... t feel good about staying there despite the good discount. A kilometre north there was a Good Sam park, Canyon Creek. It was lovely and we stopped for the night. We shared a delightful dinner once again and then went for a walk along a nature trail around the campground then retired to Harvey to play Crib Wars (thanks Gary & Marilyn - we all enjoyed the game). We couldn't make it to play the rubber match as the second ...
Thursday, September 4th - Travel from Stewart BC to Smithers BC - Day 59 of Caravan
212 miles to go today. The day's highlights and scenery varied from glaciers, rivers, First Nation
communities and suspended bridges. The roads and weather couldn't have been nicer.
... even the Canadians seem to recognize BC as the most costly province in Canada.
We left the next day and with unerring accuracy out came the sun as we retraced our route back through Port Alberni to Courtenay for the BC Ferry service to Powell River back on the mainland.
We got an e-mail from Chris & Janet about meeting them at Kitwanga inland from Prince Rupert on 1st June which was fine with us. We sent e-mails to other overland friends living in ...