Canadas Best Value Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... and rugged and had a huge lake. We're getting into the Canada we recognise now, it's all tall mountains and blue, blue lakes. Sean and I spent a while walking around the small town, it was super small, but it was also really cool on the other hand, to get a good view of small town Canada. We're off to another small ish town tomorrow, but it's small because the and is mainly used for agriculture instead of for residents. And the main crop....is grapes for wine! ...
... Less postcard scenery, more industrial wasteland. Think Mad Max meets Brokeback Mountain. Anyway at this point we were tired of the road and decided to take our lives in our hands and book into the Silver Sage campsite. And we will always be glad we did. Once you got through the front gate and past the eccentric but friendly gatekeeper we were greeted by green campsites facing the spectacular North Fraser river. Still slightly nervous we pitched our ...
... trees, deciduous trees...boring. Bud was blowing people off of the road. At one point we were going 123 km per hour...that's really fast...I think. I attempted to distract myself with iPad games but they were boring too. Another gas fill up since the next filling station was 235 km...ugh! I actually saw cars with extra gas cans bungee corded to the top of their car.
We stopped for a few minutes ...
... the chef brought up some freshly baked cookies to soothe our stomachs. We eventually pulled into Kamloops at about 9.30pm, past the Roman Catholic church and the war cemetery, and drew into the station to the salute of the local mounted police.
Off the train and onto the coach, we were at the hotel within 15 minutes. They had already pre-checked us in and given us our keys and the luggage was already in our room. It’s been a long day so time for some ...
... hole over the Bow River, I was breathing out steam and surprised to see a gas heater at the sign of the tee - I enjoyed warming my hands. ( did not wear my gloves) rob a bit crook, so I left him to rest, and could explore some more. The train line on the Rocky Mountaineer is a line designated for freight trains, so the journey for us cannot be measured by specific time as if there is any freight trains on the line, the passenger trains have to pull into ...