Lakeside Country Inn

Address: 7001 Savona Access Road, Savona, British Columbia, V0K 2J0, Canada | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B is located on 7001 Savona Access Road, Savona.
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      Kids kids kids

      A travel blog entry by tredders on Oct 07, 2014

      26 photos

      ... and took some pictures and then selected a pumpkin. The car was so dirty after the quick drive around the field that we had to wash it after we got home. Kaff came and we did a quick trip to Walmart to buy some Halloween Stuff to take home. Dinner at Pennys then some TV. It took us half an hour to get the TV working as I had tried to turn it on this morning and had completely stuffed it up. Eventually we worked it out. Penny records the Voice USA and ...

      Long winding road to Kamloops

      A travel blog entry by lilmont on Aug 16, 2013

      7 photos

      Up early couldn't see as somehow last night when Iogged off the blog I lost half of yesterdays entry so had to re-enter today. I let Richard sleep in while I did the blog.

      We are now getting experts at packing up and checking rooms before we leave each town. Whistler is a place where it always seems to be raining every morning but once you get to the outskirts the drizzle stops and the sun tries to come out through ...

      Last day on the Rocky Mountaineer

      A travel blog entry by northamerica on Jun 21, 2013

      10 photos

      ... for avalanches and rock slides. Due to this, this stretch of railway is the most expensive to maintain. There are a number of tunnels and snow sheds that we pass through and we see the slide detection wires that connect to the cliffs and advise train maintenance staff when there has been a rock slide or avalanche. Very interesting.

      We then pass Sisko Crossing which goes over the Fraser River. We are now 425 ft above the river crossing. ...

      The privilege

      A travel blog entry by alkalain on Mar 23, 2013

      Sometimes bad luck turns into a rewarding experience. Since before lunch we have been witness to the harsh, dry and beautiful landscape of the Fraser river valley. A staff member told us that in forteen years, he had never been able to pass through this area in the daytime. he had never witness it's stunning palette of sandy browns, it'sage green shrubbery ...

      Rocky Mountaineer Day 1

      A travel blog entry by susieandgray on Sep 23, 2012

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      ... a photo of) delightful and SO informative. Each time there was a particular point of interest or photo opportunity the train would slow and he would explain all on the mike, huge knowledge and never faltering hesitating or deviating.

      We spent much time in the open viewing car at the back, lower level, camera in hand. Breakfast was served on board, as was lunch and drinks all along. We would sit in the dining car below and the first and every ...