Twin Peaks By Evrentals
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Heated pool
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... and it reminded me of the river beside Hotel Krone at Sihlbrugg in Switzerland where I stayed with Mum and Dad, also with the kids and Greg. We arrived at Whistler by 5:30 having driven past a number of snow-capped mountains in alternating rain and sunshine. Found the hotel in amongst all the other big hotels on the edge of Whistler Village. I'd forgotten that it had changed from the Holiday Inn to Whistler Peak so we ended up ...
... the time we got to the top of the waterfall, the sun had come out and we got to warm up and enjoy the afternoon. We got Miguel to work half hour late, which was good considering and work was dead anyway so it was all ok. Kyle, Evan and I went and got some sushi before I raced home, got changed, put a face on then went to work to close. So I hiked Joffre's (10km hike), closed at work so from 6pm-3am and by the time I got home and asleep it was 4am just for me to have to get up and take ...
... out of hibernation in search for some food and Amber is still convinced she saw paw prints in the snow of a hairy scary bear! After our hike we walked to Scandinave Spa, three words - TO DIE FOR! We changed into our robes and headed out to our silent retreat of steam rooms and sauna's, salt water hot pools and plunge pools, order of the day was Hot, Cold, Relax...then repeat. It was a great way for our weary legs to recover and ...
... a coffee and check into my accommodation.
I have just checked into my accommodation at Grand Chancellor I have booked a 1 bedroom apartment and the views from my room are spectacular. The night’s lights shining on the snow filled mountains. I am about the go and get some dinner in town at the Oberon restaurant and have an early night. ...
An early start this morning so Stuart decided to go for a run towards whistler village. There was an iron man triathlon event happening and he was running alongside the biking part of the event. Someone from the crowd shouted you training to be an iron man. His reply was that he was simply training to be a man as he was struggling in the heat. After breakfast Stuart Harrison and Sarah hit the pool. There was a hot tub which was too hot and a small swimming ...