Edgewater Lodge & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with the winch n it took a little longer than expected to pull him back in!, Then came Nathan's turn he made a superman style jump and even managed a froward roll, we all watched in owe but ?Harrison couldn't understand why when he shouted you hoo .nathan Didn't wave back just rude!! Next was Steph she was on the other side of the bridge so we couldn't see the jump style quite so well although we do see she had gone for the traditional ankle tie rather than the ...
... if I could live there now that I am used to the Whistler life and village but it's a beautiful town also! Returned and went to dinner with Justin (brother) and Suzy (his girlfriend). We went to a Mexican place called Añejo which was to die for. Trendy little place with amazing drinks and food. We met Suzy's brother and girlfriend (whose a Canadian Olympian!!) there so that was nice! We were all pretty tired so had our night caps then off to bed. Justin had to fly back to work ...
... communities over the years. Magnificent Scenery, with snow-capped mountains in the distance to catch the Ferry, then an hour and a half crossing from Nanaimo, going to Horseshoe Bay Arriving in Whistler late afternoon. A wonderful pedestrian only village, is alive with Bars, Pubs. Music and Shopping. Our dinner was at an Irish Pub, where Craft Beers, some enjoying Guinness and good company while eating. Early to bed, as 7am breakfast and long bus drive ...
... and eat lots of bananas I will find it easier to transition to this new way of life!! Haha.
I didn’t take any photos on my ski lesson as I was too busy learning but I did have a Flaik tag so I can tell you I covered nearly 5,000 vertical meters and 24km distance over ground.
Time for Change – There is an unusual atmosphere in Whistler at the moment as the season draws to a close. The vast majority of people in the village ...
... on the Peak to Peak gondola, up to Whister Mountain where we had some lunch, then went across to Blackcomb Mountain. The view was awesome!
We returned to Whistler Mountain on the glass bottom gondola. Just happened to be in the right place at the right time. It is pretty amazing to look directly below. I had a blast for my first day of snowboarding, thanks to ...