BEST WESTERN PLUS Wine Country Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Wine Country Hotel & Suites West Kelowna
Goede bedden, goed ontbijt, mooi zwembad en lekkere bedden
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We had hoped of an earlier start but Will made up time on the roads as they weren't too busy. Last night I was ok with having to leave but this morning I didn't want to go. I had a discussion with Will that in the past I almost felt a sense of panic when our holidays were wrapping up as generally I knew it would be the last time I was there and able to see that place. It's weird I typically spend my last days taking photos ...
... gate, pay our admission and begin the trek to the bridge and waterfall. I know it is going to be a walk but I am prepared to do it, The path is pretty and, as everything else we have encounter in BC, winding. The path abruptly stops, and before me are wooden stairs and they go up and up and up. This is not at all what I expected. I hate stair. I don’t do stairs. I am doing stairs. There are rest stops along the way but I am still out of ...
... driving on these roads.” “Oh you would get used to it like anything else,” he tells me. “No I don’t think so,” I reply. “So what, you don’t have any Mary Poppins in you then?” Jim asks. I look at him confused. In my mind I see Mary Poppins holding onto her umbrella and gliding through the air. “Why would you say that?” is my question. Jim is quiet for a second or two. “I think ...
... the Penticton Rose Garden, a lovely little park with several varieties and colours of roses.
The entrance fee for the ship is $6/per person. We board and begin our own self-guided tour. It is very interesting and quite luxurious for its day. We learn that this ship travelled Lake Okanagan daily except Sunday, leaving at 5:30 a.m, going north as far as Vernon and then returning by 8 p.m. It stopped at all towns along the route even if ...
... around and we go back. Sure as anything the rocks are painted to look like ladybugs! I am in my glory – what a lovely surprise. We get out and I pose for some pictures with the cute ladybugs whose eyes are reflective so they will be seen even in the dark. What fun this is! With still so much road to cover we get back into the car and continue on our trek with just a short drive through the little town of Salmo which boast rock murals. These are ...