Symphony Townhouse

Address: 4385 Northlands Blvd, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4385 Northlands Blvd, Whistler, is near Ziptrek Tours, Lost Lake, Taman Sari Royal Heritage Spa, and Meadow Park Sports Center.
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Travel Blogs from Whistler

Rainy Whistler day

A travel blog entry by thesmithfamily6 on Oct 23, 2014

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... time (who can blame her!) while the rest of us wen in to check out Whistler village. We discovered it isn't a place for early starts, we didn't arrive until just after 10am but there were still many places opening at odd times between 10-11 as we wandered. The kids were amazed that where we parked was the beginning of where you ski, he gondola to get up was a short walk from where we parked our car. The ...

Seattle to Whistler

A travel blog entry by afletcher990 on Aug 09, 2014

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When we woke up on Saturday morning, we were docked in Seattle. The cruise was over. Just time for breakfast before getting off the ship. It had been a fantastic week. We got a van to take all 10 of us with all our luggage back to Carrie and Stuart's before heading to the car rental place with Sue to rent the minivan. When we got there, they told us that we could have a Suburban at the same rate. Of course the Suburban is bigger than ...

Postcard perfection scenery overload!

A travel blog entry by biancadon2014 on Aug 08, 2014

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... were sitting at the table a lady passed and mentioned if I was cooking bacon and eggs to count her in, I promptly replied if she had some I would cook them for her no worries, but we were in fact having a lemon water. As she heard our accents she came over to chat a bit more. Her name was Suzanne and with her Australian Labradoodle, Juma they were delightful. Suzanne helped us map out our whole trip with the must see places and the roads to take. The protocol with bears ...

20 Obstacles 10 Miles = 1 Badass Event.

A travel blog entry by wam372 on Jun 20, 2014

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... we were off...OMG!!!! Within minutes I knew my team was there for me...we had agreed that no matter what...we would wait for the whole team at each obstacle.  True to our promise...after what felt like the longest trek of my life...my team was waiting at the Arctic Enema...our first of 22 grueling challenges ahead.  It was so hot that the icy water was actually welcomed/  Once through the first one, we were invigorated and ready to ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by stephkettle on Apr 27, 2014

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... back to the start the entrance was like a waterfall from the snow melting on the mountain. Luckily we had an umbrella :). We had another chilled night I believe. The next day we went to her family cabin on Cultus Lake. Was an amazing cabin. Can only imagine summers with a cabin like this. The only cabin on the lake side by itself (there was a community of cabins across the lake) with its own dock. We took some drinks, hot dogs and s'mores down to the dock and sat by the fire ...