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- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today is the big one as after over 4000 miles we are heading for Canada today.
Dinner at Applebees last night - the best steak I have had on the trip so far. We also pay a visit to the local Walmarts and have some fun. Andy gets himself a cheap $12 watch as his other cheap watch has given up the ghost. I get an additional memory card for …
... you have some idea what it looks like. I could happily live here.
It's quite chilly this morning, and I have the heated grips on for a bit. Might be time to change to wearing my winter gloves, as the summer ones are probably a bit thin for the temperatures we can expect from now on, high teens mostly if we're lucky, and lower than that when we reach Alaska. We're quite far north already - we passed the 45th parallel yesterday, halfway ...
... the breaks and driving on the verge in the thicker snow, I managed to stop the car! Cars behind followed suit and some got out to help the three drivers - we went to do the same but it was so icy that we couldn't stand up - we waited about 15 minutes whilst they moved them - it was like the cars weighed nothing as they skated about! We set off again and headed down the mountain road- I'll admit - it was pretty bloody scAry - ...
... track but so often we were surrounded by beautiful pine trees and couldn't see beyond them! Whistler was alive with a huge mountain bike festival. With the village set up for the snow, it's also ideal for other adrenaline-fuelled sports in other seasons. It's a town that doesn't depend on the winter visitors,so it's busy all year round. We very much enjoyed the Peak2peak gondola ride - an engineering feat of amazing expertise. We visited the First Nation ...
... observed, if they wanted to eat THOSE leaves, they would already have been doing that.
This scenery is truly testing the upper limits of my language skills. I'm running out of adjectives to describe the picture postcard scenery in front of me: beautiful, breathtaking, stunning, awe inspiring, gorgeous, divine, elegant, bewitching, magnificent, radiant. I could try with similes and ...