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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Hope
... business before grabbing something at a local gas station. Rather a let down and a bit frustrating, but what can you do? We were still able to be back at the motel for an early night. It was a nice change for Melvyn and Jocelyn as they had a room to themselves and we had all the kids in with us. We played musical beds for a bit and then everyone settled in for the night, reading or playing on various devices for a bit before quiet for all and a reasonable sleep all ...
... we always had trouble finding when we lived here. We drove through Ashcroft and Lytton and had Lunch at a small Diner on the roadside before Boston Bar. The restaurants claim to fame was Jack Nicholson had dined there along with Sean Penn & his old family, photos decorated the walls to prove it. We couldn't eat it all so we got doggy boxes to go.
Our next stop was Hells Gate...Now this place is a Narrowing of the Fraser River and rapids and at the moment the ...
... I am happy about that (very demanding). In particular the last 1 1/2 hours of the ride was on an unbelievable super highway from Kamloops to Hope, with a speed limit of 120 km/h (the highest that I have ever seen in Canada until now was 110 km/h). It felt really strange to drive through beautiful scenery on a wide open highway at high speed.
As I drove towards Kamloops, the highway started to follow the Thompson river, and the views were spectacular - the landscape ...
... to go into them and with a guide as my friend had been there on several occasions.
I knew these Rocky Mountains are world renown and I was in for a treat – but I had no real clue. This was not entirely true about all mountains, as I have been all over the Italian Alps as a child and I had been skiing in the Swiss Alps with my friends a year earlier…and of course I had been hiking in the Appalachians (the mountain range ...
... was not!! Princetown as a whole we were happy to pass through although there was a gold panning still happening in this area as well.
South then North through a Regional Park, getting close to the border then heading away again. Lots of closed trails with parking spaces at the trail heads so it is likely to be busy in summer. We had previously seen a track that was suitable for walking, biking or cross country skiing – with snow at the side ...