Travelodge Hope Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was where we had stayed on night two. It was a steep incline up into a strong old forest and a bubbling trout stream guiding us up. I remembered that there were all these little pull-offs inviting people to stop and camp for the night. Canada and their infrastructure of supporting outdoor activity front and center. Unfortunately, this road had changed. There were all sorts of signs threatening fines for littering and the pull-offs were ...
... Everywhere has a claim to fame. All the towns along this stretch of the road had “Bar” added to their name –eg. Boston Bar. I am not sure whether it has something to do with the river or the rail line.
There was a really interesting looking bridge called Alexandra Bridge. It looked as though it was right beside the road but it turned out it was a good 10 minute walk downhill. That means it was uphill on the way back. It turned ...
After a nice, but short visit in Sorrento, today we were on the road again, driving to the Southwest, and coming to the Western side of the mountains. It was the first time on this trip to Canada the we drove on 120 km per hour (about 75mph) roads. And we had the interesting experience of colliding into a flying bird (don't know what happened to it, ...
... the MV Kenicott. After getting lost several times trying to find the storage yard and crossing a Toll bridge twice, which we had no need to do so, we finally got there. Now we had to walk one block with all our gear for the trip to Alaska. Catch a taxi to Carrolth Bus Station to catch the bus to the Skytrain. Then the Skytrain to Metrotown where we managed a bit of lunch, then bus to Best Western motel near the Airport at Vancouver. Had a lovely dinner and met a nice ...
... heat no more we headed to the Othello Tunnels, part of the old Kettle Valley Railroad and comprised of five tunnels that pass through part of a mountain range and over deep gorges with white water rapids. Back at the campsite it was still baking, so we plunged ourselves into the cold lake water to cool off and tried to avoid all the weeds. That night was the first where I wasn't too cold to sleep, in fact it was much too ...