Vedder River Inn
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... one of those ****-end of nowhere stops where the train only stops if passengers are booked to go there or someone flags it down to get on). [Chilliwack - i love that name, although i'm told it's only funny when i say it with a British accent!] The train approached Chilliwack and a lady near me was due to get off but sailed straight through! The lady 'created' and asked the crew to back the train up but they refused. Instead they said they ...
... that" and after a laugh I continued back to our table. Before I could finish relaying the story to Ben, the guy came over for a quick chat - I think to make sure Ben wasn't offended lol. He was really nice and gave us a laugh - after all Ben was wearing his red check 'lumberjack'/favourite/Skype shirt... Make sure you google "Larry the cable guy" now haha. It's a nice casino but you're still allowed to smoke inside there so it just stinks and as soon as you step inside ...
... and bought some tacos. They were really nice she had cooked them fresh it was kind of a minced beef with onions and peppers fried with a few spices and wrapped in a soft tortilla wrap yummy. We could have eaten about 10.
Next to the street vendor was the public library which was housed in a really funky building, the library's are always good for free Internet so in we went. Andrew is now a member of Vancouver library :) We decided to do ...
... time to test out our third hot springs and have a wander before settling in for the night with a Kraft dinner. We known how to live a crazy life... The hot springs here are indoors, which makes them feel older and sweatier than the others. This is not a good thing. The people in it are just as mixed as the others, but again, just older and sweatier, mostly caused by the indoor bit. Cara even goes as far as to say seedy. I think that's because the man with a combover ...
... some time on the surface of the lake in the sun watching the sailboats and clouds go by, you'll feel like you'd spent the day at the spa! At the end of our 'float' we went over a little waterfall - super refreshing! BC is seriously like nature's playground.
Besides spending time in the lake, we also went swimming in the rushing and frosty blue rocky waters of the Vedder River (did I say swimming? it was ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking