Crawford Bay Inn

Address: 16210 Hwy 3A, Crawford Bay, British Columbia, V0B 1E0, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located on 16210 Hwy 3A, Crawford Bay, is near Kootenay Lake.
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A travel blog entry by patxi on Jun 08, 2015

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Gabón .... Me he tomado el día libre para vagar por las calles de este precioso,pueblo, que volvió a la vida , después de haber estado difunto ayer.. Me han impresionado los restaurantes tan pintorescos y hippies , al igual que las tiendas , "amor y paz hermanos" ........lo que si es que esta todo carísimo , mugres hippies millonarios del siglo XXI...a mi me ha servido para conocer el pueblo y además descansar después de la ...

Cranbrook to Nelson and a Ferry Ride

A travel blog entry by momadunc on Apr 08, 2015

9 photos

... many of the places we hope to visit but we found the wall displays of Creston history very well done. The valley below the town is reclaimed agricultural land reminding us of the climate in the Okanogan Valley, also in BC, and of the Holland Marsh, north of Toronto, ON. The repeated efforts to build dikes and make the land useful for agriculture is a testament to human perseverance. As in all of these ...

Day 9 - a two ferry day

A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 15, 2012

34 photos

... bellies we departed and a little further on we rode DH 56, 5 and 60. DH 5 was "woo-hoo" fun. These roads terminated at our final ferry crossing, the Kootenay lake ferry. Kootenay Lake is 21 miles long. We arrived 15 minutes before departure, another timely arrival! Both ferry crossings were without incident or cost. This ferry traverses five miles in about 35 minutes. It was ...

Nelson, BC, Canada!!!

A travel blog entry by rayandshima on Jul 10, 2012

6 comments, 83 photos

... a quick bite to eat at a corner cafe and had
an amazing lunch. We then went back to the hotel after hitting many
shops and stores. At this point our guy let us check in early to our
room. We appreciated it because we were told that dogs weren't
allowed on the main strip in Nelson. And I didn't want to leave
Shima in the car for too long with the heat. We checked in then took
a long walk along the river that Nelson sits on. It looks more like
a lake. ...

Farmers Market, Ferries and Graduation parades

A travel blog entry by andrewandbecci on Jun 09, 2012

3 comments, 9 photos

... a blueberry (grown locally) and lemon cake, some massive oatmeal cookies and some nut and cranberry granola cake bars yum yum yum. Needless to say there is already not much left :)

Once we had finsihed at the market we went to see if the road had been re-opened to Kootney Bay . Thankfully it had so we set out again to seek out the next place to stay. Whilst driving up to Kootney Bay we saw why the road had been closed, the massive ...