Travelodge Hope Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Hope
... pecan Danish but today I thought I would lash out and have their latest – pumpkin pie doughnut. It looked good!
We drove around a bit as I wanted to see if there were any beaver lodges in the swamp nearby. I couldn’t remember if there were but I did remember there was a road and I didn’t have to walk. There weren’t any but there was a great view of Lake Kawkawa – “mirror” ...
... The bridge was amazing, and we could see the new one from the old one.
The trains along this Valley are incredible. They follow the river along and there is a track along both sides of the river..One Canadian Pacific and the other Canadian National, but who goes on what line I haven't a clue. But today we must have seen like 7 trains, 2 of them 150 cars or more, just fantastic. Sometimes you can see them running in and out the tunnels or even one on ...
... an initial and much smaller landslide. We are very aware of the work done on the roads and the number of places with wire netting covering the cliffs.
The Othello Tunnels are a short drive from the Hope township. They are abandoned railway tunnels from the Kettle Valley Railway in the Coquihalla Gorge and are part of a longer trail. The motel owner gave us directions which were a backup for the GPS and told us the area would close in 2 weeks so ...
... windy there, but apparently its always windy in the Fraser Valley.
From there we drove to our destination of Hope BC and found a payphone. It is my Mom's b-day and I wanted to call her. We visited the grocery store and beer store for some items for dinner and then found our campsite. It was another super tiny campsite in a trailer and RV park that is full of mostly seasonal campers. There were very few tenters. We were lucky that even ...
... a chocolatey custardy bar named after it, or, as cousin Barbara says, for being the "**** crack of the island". Perhaps the two things are related? Anyway, more of cousin Barbara later. We stay at the Living Forest Oceanside RV park which is indeed foresty, and although the shoreline looks a bit stinky, it also comes with an ocean view from our site. After Natasha's trauma of driving onto a ferry we relax by the van and have an early night ready to head up the island ...