Treasure Cove Hotel
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... I might just stay in the RV tonight. Kaff has gone over to the Lodge for coffee and I have forgotten to tell her its about..I hope she makes it home...
Prince George Thursday : Rough start to the day with Kaff jumping around the RV and nearly bouncing me out of bed...a mouse again. It was 0545 and god only knows how long she had been awake listening to it !! I wear ear plugs so I heard not a thing .. I secretly think she is doing ...
... a first!! She has a son living in Taupo and her and her husband have been to New Zealand several times. Went to the Mcbike and Sport shop to rent some mountain bikes. $20 each for half a day including the helmet so that was pretty sweet. We biked from the shop up to the Bluff Recreational Site. We had to do a big uphill before we got on the trails which was killer and we ended up walking the bikes up most of ...
... We decide to stay another day to plan where we want to be next.
9/6/Day 130 - It's lonely here by ourselves! One other couple did decide to stay, but the place is definitely quiet now. We hear that Bill and Kathy will be in the campsite tonight, so we will stay another night to catch up with them (our former Tail Gunners).
9/7Day 131 - Today we leave Prince George and head South. I want to stop at a town called, 100 Mile House.
... Val. We are offered maple tea (yum) with maple biscuits (more yum). Then we are given the option of having a shower which is like a Godsend to us mere travellers!
Karen and I were give a lesson in how to make a real Canadian muffin, so now we know that (we also got to take some with us for the rest of our bus ride, which is very cool).
I'm pretty sure we were the luckiest travellers because after that we had dinner cooked for us and ...
Have you ever danced in a full stadium with 18.000 other teenagers, squished between the person next to you and your sit? I can tell you: It is amazing! I don't know how to explain but there is suddenly so much power in the room and you get the feeling that you can really make a difference as a single person at the age of 15! One of the speakers was an African boy about 17 years old, he told his story without speaking but ...