Edgewater Lodge & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and prestige as home to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Time for you to experience the atmosphere for yourself. This afternoon, why not take a cable car up to the top of Whistler and enjoy a BBQ Dinner (optional). Check in to the Fairmont Chateau Whistler ...
... like a winter wonderland. Theo was looking out along the tree line and he spotted a black bear under the trees, the first bear we have ever seen in the wild, and he zoomed in with his camera to get a good photo. We knew there were bears on the mountain but did not expect to see one from the gondola.
When we got off the gondola at the top we were met with an amazing site. The sun was shining, the sky was blue, it was warm, and snow covered the ground. ...
... the snow my zip up slip ons were snatched off my foot. Ian has to stomp out a footprint trail as my personal staircase in the snow. But with dogged persistence, lots of manhandling support and some slipping and sliding we diid get out and about. No mean feat actually as a little child stumbled and slide down the hill with a mum in high heeled boots taking off after him. Then another lady just bounced down on the snow and slides like a penguin down the ...
... Sooke was nice. I couldn't get as close to the water as I wanted as I wanted to chill in a parking lot somewhere and write my blog and read my book but there was all housing along the shoreline and no real entry to get there. So I found this little gravel area from the side of the main road which overlooked part of the bay. I opened my back car door and sat in the back of my car for a while but eventually closed the door and passed out for a nap. After waking, I decided to ...
... over and they have a skating rink area. Continuing our trip we arrived at Fort Nelson and booked into the Triple G Hideaway which was very cosy with lovely grassed and treed bays. Apparently they had 4 inches of snow last week, but today it is sunny and warm. Next door was a museum which was closed but we could walk around the yard and found a number of interesting cars and car bodies and machines. The museum is owned by an 80 year old who probably has collected all ...