Three Valley Lake Chateau & Ghost Town
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- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThree Valley Lake Chateau & Ghost Town Revelstoke
We didn't stay there but drove by. It looked beautiful, almost Swiss in style.
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... a place called the Spaghetti Factory that had the First tram in Vancouver in the restaurant. Note to the Woodies we had soup for lunch today couldn't do justice to a full blown lunch.
Made it back to our hotel with a bunch of souvies and straight to the bar for a light refreshment or two that happened to last for 5 or so hours. Blew the budget that day.
Anyway we're here in Revelstoke about 600 ...
... I do not know when it ended up , 'cause I unfortunately had to leave to Vancouver. It was still snowing . However , my skiing was absolutely amazing, legendary, I enjoyed it a lot!
See you later Revy ! I do not say goodbye or something like that ... Same way as I finished the summer blog about Revy, I finish this one now. I believe that I will come back sometimes again, well, next time certainly along with Romča again and… who know how many of us will be that time ...
... a large chlorinated hot pool. As it wasn't overly hot we spent half an hour there before getting out to shower then getting on the road again. Sarah drove today and we headed West to Golden, about an hour north of Radium. We stopped just out of Golden at the Northern Lights Wolves center where we paid $12 each to enter. We were greeted by 2 lovely staff who were obviously very passionate about the center. ...
... in the morning, we will spend a few hours putting new tires on the front. The spectacular drive we took today was somewhat impacted by the discovery that our steer tires were less than ideal. As in, uh-oh...how did they go so bad so quickly? There goes the budget, but that is very much why we call her Roseanne Rosannadanna. These photos will help to explain, to some small degree, why we made the pilgrimage.
Oh, yeah, we will be back.
... the engine was already 5 meters lower than the 5th carriage. This area is also an extreme avalanche area, prone to mud slides and all manner of challenges. So eventually they tunneled and formed two spiral loops in the track to provide the extended more gradually rising track - one lower and one higher up the mountains. Both tunnels are just under 1 Km long and basically the train can enter the upper tunnel and as they are so long can be seen still coming out of the lower tunnel ...