Vance Creek Hotel & Conference Centre
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... and my pride long gone. I managed to stop the entire operation, so Anna who was in the chair before me was hanging in mid-air laughing hysterically at her younger cousins hopelessness.
Christmas was totally different in Canada. It was mostly difficult to be away from family during the festive season, but it was also pretty awesome to have a white Christmas. A group of us cooked a proper Christmas dinner, and afterwards relaxed in the hot tub. A few ...
... at one every three days!) We travelled through 9 Provinces in Canada and 22 states in USA.
We became quite homesick by the time we turned the corner into Yuma, and could see the home stretch, so we returned home about a month sooner than planned.
The highlights were visiting all the different major cities, which had their own personality, especially Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, New York...Manhattan, Washington and New Orleans. The scenery in all ...
... around the stampede, which was interesting, and I regretted missing it in May. Got a poster for the garage though !! Went to his house to meet his wife (from Cheshire)...lovely people.Views around here are fantastic and the roads generally free of traffic. The beer is good, the cider is good, the food is good and everyone is friendly & helpful.
There is a 74 year old guy at the yacht club, Dale, ...
... etc. (rather exhilarating in some ways though). I was being watchful for pickpockets and scammers, but didn’t see anything suspicious at all.
Eventually the train showed up on Track 15 just as shown on the departure charts. There was a young Australian couple with two small girls seated beside me, so I had a short visit with them. I reminded them about validating their tickets, a necessity they weren’t aware of. I showed them the ...
... clear night or maybe just because we were exhausted but we were definitely happy to arrive at the apartment! Today we actually saw a bit more of the village once we finally woke up at 1200. Silver Star village is a myriad of colours, with a western looking facade that reminds me of Movie World in Queensland. It's small, more of a toy town than a proper village. The perks: on this bluebird Saturday after a week of powder, no more than 5 people in the lift line directly outside ...