Edgewater Lodge & Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Whistler
... even saw the sun make an appearance for the first time since we arrived in Vancouver. Some more photo opportunities and another meal on board, Morrocon chicken salad and chocolate brownie. Arrived back at hotel about 7.30pm, quick change of clothes then a wander back down to gastown and a nice cold beer at the steam works brewery, a lovely way to end the ...
... bus back. On the way to Calgary the bus was pretty emptied so we curled up and slept majority of the way. On the night bus back, there was little to no spare seats so Timmsy and I were squished together majority of the way back. Needless to say we didn't sleep a lot until the seats started to free up... At 7am.. After we left at 11pm. Then slept all the way to Vancouver. Got into Van and got to the hostel. Put our bags down and wandered downtown. I wanted to get my tattoo and ...
... it, we made the group decision the jump the fence, take our shoes off and run through the deep puddle with sharp rocks on the bottom. Was pretty fun but by the end of the puddle our feet were frozen and the rocks felt sharper and sharper with our cold feet. At the other end we put our shoes back on (without our socks) and they were instantly warm again. Was a cool sight to see these big train tunnels through the mountain with raging currents under the bridges. By the time ...
... whilst your skis are on. You are not lifted off the floor so you get no chance to relax and you must maintain a suitable position to ensure you keep going straight and do not fall off. Jenny has made great progress on the skiing front but her next major challenge is the t-bar! They are not easy and the steeper the slope it pulls you up the harder it is and the more strain on your legs.
This reminds me of one of my earlier days on the t-bar with a little ...
... he would be making a speech, but actually he came out in a pair of ballet shoes, a black tut and danced the Swan Lake! He was an amazing ballerina!
Sidecut – Sidecut Restaurant is one of the best in Whistler. It is in the Four Seasons hotel and is famous for its steak. We wanted to go there on Michael’s birthday, as his parents had sent money through for a nice meal, but it was fully booked! We eventually got a booking for Sunday ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed