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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a lot from him.
Outside of daily work there have been workshops running, daily workout sessions and weekend trips into town. There's also loads of opportunities for mountain biking and hiking so there's never a dull moment. Two weeks ago I took part in a breath-work session which was really intense but definitely something worth trying. I didn't experience any visions or spiritual awakenings but I got an intense physical reaction to it: ...
... time we made it to the cabin. We were rewarded though: it was a big log hut used in the winter as a shelter for a snowmobile club. It had a fireplace, a hiker box filled with potatoes, ramen and maple syrup and an area to sleep up in the attic . It was heaven. We were pretty soon joined by other hikers with the same idea: Stealth, Pepa, Lapis, Shepherd, Karma, Kentucky and Pigpen. We were able to dry out our clothes (it has been raining/foggy the last 2 days) and get ...
... climb in and take a look whenever you come to visit... or simpler yet, GO to Kootenay Bay/Balfour and see it for yourself!
Another thing we learned that night: don't arrive in Nelson the night that Shambhala Music Fest let's out. Not a good night to find affordable rooms, however a fantastic way to splurge for a fancy dancy hotel for one night. Totally worth every penny.
... lake. We drove alongside it for about 100km, heading for the free ferry. We stopped outside the glass house – built by a mortician out of bottles and lived in by he and his wife for many years. It was interesting but not enough for us to pay for. We also found the chimney, which is all that remains of the cabin built by the last man to be hanged in Nelson, which seemed timely. We were amused by the signs that warned us of a Congested area ahead - on any empty road ...
Here we are in the west Kootenay's charming town of Nelson. We had a lovely time wandering up Baker Street viewing the beautiful architecture of the old buildings. Most of the buildings date back to late 1800, early 1900's constructed during the town's silver rush boom. The court house and bank buildings are, of course, the most impressive. We dined at the Hume Hotel, which at this point is a rather plain square brick building ...