Observatory Bed & Breakfast

Address: # 3 Observatory Road, Osoyoos, British Columbia, V0H 1V6, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on # 3 Observatory Road, Osoyoos, is near Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre, Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre, Osoyoos Lake, and Nk'Mip Cellars.
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    Travel Blogs from Osoyoos

    Oliver: Wine tasting

    A travel blog entry by evarobby on Jul 24, 2015

    9 photos

    ... felt more local. They had great ice wines. At the end of the day we arrived to Merrit, a former golden-rush town with old "wild west" buildings, currently it is a capital city of country in Canada, so you can find stars of fame and paintings of the artists everywhere in the city. There was no one around in this city on a Friday night except for bunch of looney local drunks. Walking around it felt like a beginning of a zombie movie before ...

    Rock Creek

    A travel blog entry by garyanne on Jul 12, 2015

    24 photos

    ... river trail and are treated to a gorgeous ride through old pines and sheltering cottonwoods. Shockingly cold showers cleaned us up even if they didn't warm us up, but a little snack revived our spirits. Farrell and Christine went off to shop for our dinner while I serenaded Gary ( and our campground host, Stevejim) with a little ukelele. A yummy stir fry and an evening walk under pink and gold skies has us all yawning and ready to hit the ...

    Everybody rides!

    A travel blog entry by garyanne on Jul 11, 2015

    10 photos

    Built out of necessity and with fierce competition in the late 1800s, the Kettle Valley Railway was vital to the booming mining industry in southern British Columbia. Amazing feats of engineering battled towering mountains, raging rivers, sheer cliffs, canyons and impossible weather conditions, but managed to drive the last spike in 1914. Thousands of Chinese workers toiled and many lost their lives for $1 a day as they worked to carve 5 tunnels out of solid granite by hand ...

    On the road again.

    A travel blog entry by garyanne on Jul 10, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the course, we were prepared, but then we were hit with an extended heat wave that made us rethink the grand plan. The group made a last minute decision to put our fleet of RPods to good use, stay in campgrounds (with power, running water, & showers) and do day trips on the KVR. So it's off to meet Farrell and Christine in Midway, BC, which really is midway between the Rockies and the coast. A fitting way to ...

    Chillaxing in Canada's only Desert Region

    A travel blog entry by buzzy_on_tour on Jun 21, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... region. I know from the Netherlands that Canadian Geese flock over and have quite a negative impact on the environment, so clearly similar case in their homeland.

    Chillaxing continued with Selina going for a deep tissue massage. She had been really struggling with sore neck and back - undoubtedly due to months on end of sitting hunched over a laptop revising. Even my ...