Olympic Village Inn
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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FOOD is very expensive in Canada and less so in Alaska. Prices for commodities range from 50% to 100% more than US prices. Alcoholic beverages are three times higher. A pound of bacon can cost more than $8C in large towns like Whitehorse, a dozen eggs a minimum of $5C. Surprisingly, in Whitehorse YT fresh vegetables were less expensive than in the lower 48!
DINING OUT was also more expensive than in the lower 48. But for some reason not ...
... the top of Mt. Judah 2 miles away. Thank goodness for a cell connection. So we corralled "Favi" as we were told by the sitter was his real name. Favi is a beautiful rusty tan Chow and we all headed up trail to drop him off with the sitters! The rest of the day got tiring and we made camp at 1146 and collapsed into our sleeping ...
Another day, another adventure!
On the menu today was zip-lining at the Tahoe Treetop Adventure Park just past Tahoe City. It was a cool morning as we arrived in the forest to get kitted up. After the usual safety briefings we were off. There were three courses all similar to Go-Ape courses in the UK. They involved various obstacles to clamber over, through and around up in the canopy and several high, long and fast zip-lines. The boys had ...
... the slopes straight away. Shiv able to do all the lifts and runs now. Caragh and boys took it easy and met up for lunch after doing the now familiar bus-gondola shuttle. Jason then took Lachlan and Hamish on their first chair lifts and longer runs. Both did really well and snow ploughing nicely. Even Caragh got herself back into the boots and did three more runs on beginner slope. She declared that her Xmas gift to Jason. Jason believes that might well be ...
... music. Blind Pig, another cool place to hit up.. Big downstairs and huge up stairs, the up stairs seem to be the place to go. Awesome music, normally live music then cuts to clubbing music. Cheap drinks. One of my favorites was Handle Bar, all the bar tenders have handle bar mustaches, and I have a killer one myself. Huge bar downstairs with cool stuff. Awesome DJ playing music. then there's a bar up stairs, with tons of fun stuff to keep you entertained, and there ...