Three Valley Lake Chateau & Ghost Town
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming 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 millirem is one thousandth of a rem. Hey, it’s not exactly like you’re in Chernobyl. Three final radium fun facts: its symbol is Ra, its atomic number is 88, and its discoverers were Marie and Pierre Curie.
In Radium Hot Springs, we turn north onto Highway 95, which follows the Columbia River for more than 60 miles. The town of Golden, at the northern terminus of Highway 95, is home ...
... and 7 hours from Vancouver rained like heck for last 2 hours of drive so was glad to get to our overnight stop.
Had a couple of beers and headed to the restaurant for a feed. The waiter was a guy originally from Queensland. Not the only person out of their comfort zone a long way from home.
Early night as excitement was building Banff awaits and only 280 kms to go.
Cheers from The Travelling Wallabies
... are put aside, and the only concern of most people is how to get to the hill!
However, such huge overnight snowfall is not uncommon in Revy. It happens ussually few times during the season. Elsewhere it would be definitely state of emergency situation. But not in Revy, the other day or night like this one can come any time again, maybe tomorrow :-)
Skiing that day was absolutely amazing. Powder and powder wherever you look. As Jarda says, if ...
... actually still inching their way forward on the journey down to become roaring waterfalls and great torrents in the foothills around Canmore and beyond.
For once, I am also travelling in the right direction. Crossing East to West the gradients are kinder and the climbing less, the weeks of pernicious uphill roads through the prairies have also added 1000 metres between Lake Superior and Canmore.
My second and final mountain climb was through Rogers Pass. Already at ...
Richmond, BC to Revelstoke, BC
Before heading out on our journey Don and I were invited to spend some time with my sister Sandy at the Elementary school she works for as a Vice Principal and kindergarten teacher. She was just completing a lesson plan on hatching chicks! Having never experienced such an interesting, hand-on learning project when I was five years ...