How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travel Blogs from Golden
... we were delayed due to road construction. A beautiful site to be delayed though. We were just past noon pacific when we hit the new time zone and lost an hour. About a decade ago when I travelled to Banff with some girlfriends - we woke up the next day with a surprise flat tire. Bring us back to present day and what we thought was going to be a quick gas up in Golden - Bo checked the tires and heard a slow leak. We found a Kal Tire and found out ...
... rock to create staircases throughout this trail. It was still hot even amongst the shade of the trees, but there was one area near a pile of rocks that was about 10 degrees cooler and felt like the ac was on! Isn't nature just incredible? Since it was so hot out, we decided to head back to camp for some R&R. Tomorrow we are heading to Lake Louise. The forecast is calling for rain, hopefully it is ...
... up the drive I had to sleep with my head nearly in the sink. The slope was a bit steep.
We had breakfast and were off to get some groceries at one of our favourite haunts, the " Canadian Superstore". We met Penny for coffee at Tim Horton's there, as we didn't want to move the truck too much. It was great to see Penny and catch up with the gossip. We went chasing some lollies that we like, and some money from the bank, but it had moved so had to ...
... gefahren sind, nämlich von Revelstoke bis kurz vor Tofino, auf Vancouver Island, in 2,5 Tagen. Genau auf diese Regentage fiel leider mein Geburtstag, aber auch das war dann letztlich ein Glücksgriff, denn Bobbys spontanes Geschenk war somit eine Übernachtung im Hotel. Im trockenen, warmen Hotel mit einer Raumhöhe höher als 1,50m, bereits gemachtem Bett, eigenem Bad und Sofalounge und Frühstück inklusive, statt einer Nacht auf dem Campingplatz. Toll toll ...
... the campaign in 2006 encountered in Malaysia when the government in Malaysia started a big campaign to promote immigration there. We would much rather immigrate to Canada and live in Revelstoke, a beautiful area. After lunch we headed back to the campground and built a big campfire with the wood provided by Parks Canada to cook some barbeque ribs, corn and socca. We tried to get nice and warm knowing that by the morning it would be ...