Accent Inn Kamloops
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Hola, pasamos una buena noche tranquila, como es un lugar de descanso como este, al igual que ayer escarcho en la noche y el cielo despejado solo 4 grados a las 8.30, que son las 7.30 en British Columbia, ya que la provincia de Alberta una hora mas, decidimos pagar el desayuno del resort, $ 15000 por persona, era un buffet, normal, nunca para ese …
1st night on the train was uneventual not a lot of passengers so no lines for dinner the food is great photos etc to follow when i get a better connection.....presently in Toronto Hotel inter-net sucks.OK Now in QUEBEC, lets see , this day I ...
... centre, and all traffic is immediately halted - in practice, there can be false alarms if birds land on the wires!
We were encouraged to keep an eye out for wildlife. But without three sightings, it wasn't an official sighting! We saw Osprey and Bald Eagles, and later in the day, long-horned sheep which are apparently native to this area.
At the end of the first day, we ended up in sage country - apart from the Thompson ...
... Information Center sends us to this park but the young woman there is a bit sceptical about our visit to it. Seems that this is a completely unserviced park with iffy roads. Probably not for us. However, there is a marsh area along the river where we might find something of interest.
So off we go, driving through town to get to this marsh. On the way we notice several MOUNTAIN Sheep grazing along the road allowance. And we pass another ...
On bus at 0615 for the short trip to the train, boarded, and were on the first sitting for a nice breakfast. Moved up into wetter country with conifers and aspens and travelled beside Lake Shuswap. Adams River flows into it, and it is one of the main spawning areas for sockeye salmon. Slowly climbed through the Monashee mountains. Crossed the Columbia River at Revelstoke; snow-capped mountains behind. Climbed into the ...