Super 8 Valemount
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Leaving Kamloops behind us we headed towards Jasper. But en route started seeing some clever staged advertising in the trees on the side of the freeway. Pointing us towards the best burgers and steak in town. What town was never made clear to us. But being suckers to advertising we went to take a look. And there it was the Log Inn Pub. Part biker bar, part lumberjack heaven. I have to admit Carla and I were slightly nervous when we ...
... of the way up Mom’s asthma kicked in so Dad brought her back down. When Aunt Juanita and I made it to the summit and we wished that the others could have seen how amazing the view was. We could see for kilometers in every direction, and if we had been much higher we would have been in the clouds.
Since we still had time to kill, Aunt Juanita and I
decided to make the most of our experience. Playing around with the camera we
managed to get some great photographs of us ...
Our first stop today was at the Rocky Mountain House which
turned out to be a museum and information center. After this we went on to
Nordegg. This was a cute little mining town where I saw some rather interesting
paintings and photographs. I ended up buying this one stone that had a pretty scene
painted on it and Dad got one of the photographs.
On the way to Jasper we made a couple other stops at ...
... gutted and the day’s weather reflected my mood - a little grey, damp and depressed! We took our time over breakfast and packing up, and following a “minor” hiccup that Mark had with the fuel we set off in the direction of Subie and home. As agreed, on the way back we stopped off at the spectacular Emperor Falls which was the perfect place to take a momentary breather from the slightly sad and wearing return trip. Pack ...
... very smoky and only getting worse as we decended down down down into the valley. The huge power towers from the Bennett Dam crossed our highway many times, like a scene from a Transformer's movie. I was driving and Rick was reading his murder mystery and keeping me up on the twists in the plot. We were barely within city limits and needed to look for a gas station but instead I sighted the familiar Timmies sign and the van just zoomed right on over to the ...