Inn at Ellis River
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... ordered bubbly water.
The next day was a long drive to Quebec, about 500 kms, so we asked Rosie to take us on the most direct rowt. We were expecting a bit of snow so we didn't want to dawdle. That's a word I haven't heard for a while. We had to go through Canadian Immigration and heard all sorts of stories how difficult it could be. With only one car in front of us and 30 seconds later we're through so I needed to start to work on my French accent as Quebec is ...
... p.m. everyday without a problem.
Kelly decided at noon she hadn't had enough yet..incredible. So she was on line for the lift and the operator checking passes looked at her tickets and told her she has a morning-only ticket and she has to leave the line...she's 90! She has a pin on her jacket that tells everyone she's 90! She skies for free anyway! Nope. Kicked out. When I heard this story, I have to admit I laughed pretty hard. She was in good spirits ...
... to get to the mountain before the morning crowd. To our surprise, the chair lifts didn't start operating until 9:00 a.m., but no matter -- we sat by the fire pit they have at the base of the mountain and patiently waited. We didn't end up getting on the first chair up the mountain, but we settled for the third.
The two peaks to the far right of the resort were closed on the first day due to ...
People who don't ski or snowboard may see this program as tiring, dangerous, and/or too challenging. However, we all are here because we love every aspect of the sport and the thrill we get from the mountain.
I actually find it relaxing and therapeutic flying down the slopes with just a piece of wood between me and crushing defeat. There is no better way to spend a day in the winter.
This program has special ...
... to begin. The guide came and explained the safety procedures and some historical stuff and we moved off. The train went through some woods, we passed some old Victorian train carriages, through a covered bridge, pretty standard, picturesque stuff. All the while the guide gave us some tidbits of information about the train via the intercom (she was in the front carriage). All of a sudden, there was a load of shouting over the intercom as a ...