Travelodge Hope Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Hope
... Fraser river from a park in Hope. I was really moved by the landscape and light of the setting sun, I was very happy that I decided to stay in Hope.
Day 13 of the tour starts with a ride from Hope to the Ferry Terminal in Vancouver (about 165 km) and then I will take a ferry from Vancouver to Victoria on Vancouver Island ( about 1 1/2 hours). There I will meet my youngest son Glenn and his girlfriend Jenn, and I am looking forward to spending some time together with ...
... used. We stopped by the beach on the way and caught some really awesome scenery looking up at the cliffs that had majestic cedar trees that looked like they were hanging on by the roots. It's the ramrod straight nature of the tree trunks and the height that is so striking. I spotted foxglove and some other plants I'm just learning about such as broad leaf maple that has leaves atleast 2 or 3 times the size of our ontario ...
... a 5 minute walk from the motel and we had a great meal – perhaps the best since the Whistler Tapas. In the menu we were told it is run by 2 locals, one with a Japanese heritage, and it did have that sort of feel. The ladies restroom was the most stylish I have ever seen in a restaurant – so much so that I took a picture!! On our return the motel gave us a small refund as they are now on winter rates. We ended our final day on the mainland on a high ...
Our next stop was Hope British Columbia...although on the way we passed through a desert...really...who knew there was a desert in British Columbia - for some reason it is a really dry arid place in the summer, big into ranching and farming and I guess come winter it is super cold. We passed through some great scenery though, neat train tunnels next to the road and even got to drive through some...one was one of the longest in ...
... of us to launch, I was given the order to start running off the mound. After half a dozen steps we were airborne and soaring down towards the landing zone. I was given the controls to do a few figure 8s to lose height and we made an akward landing, but it was great.
Now was time for the big test which was going solo, luckily with some help on the radio. We drove back to the top of the mountain and I laid out my wing and got into my harness with my helmet and gloves on. I ...