Mill Creek Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... room where no one said a word, into the next corridor... Hmmm only rooms, where is reception ... Back through another door and we were in the sitting room again?! Turned out the staff just didn't want to acknowledge our arrival and we were put in a room and told to check in in the morning! Up and checked it we headed out onto the streets of Kelowna. We first walked along the ...
... left our car in a parking lot (I’m becoming Americanised) and spent a bit of time browsing shops in Victoria before having an extremely filling all-day breakfast for our lunch (eggs benedict on muffin with asparagus, bacon, roast potatoes, bread and butter and grilled tomatoes) before driving to and catching the 2pm ferry crossing back to the mainland.
This time the views on the ferry were much better as it was another bright sunny day. We ...
Feb 13th to Feb 25th
After seeing lots of snow in Whistler (and warm temperatures towards the end of our stay of +3 at the base!) we hit the road again to head to Kelowna.
The drive is about 5 hours on a good day.. on this day we struck bad driving conditions on one of the most treacherous stretches of road in British Columbia... maybe even Canada, called the Coquihalla, this road is on a mountain pass that essentially is the first mountain that gets ...
... I brought my backpack full on ciders for Larns and I to drink at the Wolverine house party we went to. IT WAS EPIC! They had a sweet dj set up and lights and everything. Donny was passing around her bottle of tequila and we finished it off! Allana an I went upstairs as out the window and on the roof with Tommy and Chris (the boys who live there) ...
... called Ogopogo, a mythical creature who is believed to inhabit the Okanagan Lake. It was clearly constructed for the younger tourists but I couldn't resist giving it a big a hug and getting a quick silly picture before heading up Bernard Street in search for dinner. The street has been rejuvenated and all the old buildings such as the movie theatre, have been given a new lease on life. The street was buzzing with activity as people got their Saturday festivities under way. People ...