The Adventure Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Adventure Hotel Nelson
Friendly staff that will help with anything they can and are hangover sympathetic!
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... a lot from him.
Outside of daily work there have been workshops running, daily workout sessions and weekend trips into town. There's also loads of opportunities for mountain biking and hiking so there's never a dull moment. Two weeks ago I took part in a breath-work session which was really intense but definitely something worth trying. I didn't experience any visions or spiritual awakenings but I got an intense physical reaction to it: ...
... speak and said that my handsome companion should take me to the local women's couturier as I appeared "barely clothed" and we wouldn't want the town to start gossiping about me, now would I? The young woman stayed in character and was fantastic in her role, engaging with other guests around her. I was also super impressed at how the actors and actresses managed to stay ...
... set (it was filmed in Nelson) but all this walking in the heat was a silly idea really.
I managed to grab a lift with some lovely girls from my dorm out to the Hot Springs at Anisworth, which was amazing. Hot (40 degrees) water flows into mineral deposit caves that you can walk through, soak, and hang out in. The plunge pool and an outdoor swimming pool at 38 degrees, was also part of the package and so worth doing. My skin felt ...
... Nelson's got a reputation as a bit of a hippy town so we were expecting some action but it was pretty dead. We think we covered most of the bars in town (4 or so of them). All bars were pretty cool but really quiet, maybe its just that it was Sunday night.
We found a special mid-week deal on offer: accommodation and ski pass over 3 days comes out at about $65 CAD per person per nigh. Pretty good considering Whistler's 1 day ski pass alone ...
... some very good kids (Nelson's Rhythm Ropers) skipping to dance beats!
DAY 3 - Decided to save some pennies by not going up to the hill; instead I went for a hike / semi-ice expedition to Pulpit Rock, which supposedly provides a nice look-out point over Nelson. It took me about an hour and a bit to just reach the start of the trail which is a little way out of town (blisters already starting, so not a good sign!). Being the ...