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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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With the thought, "How could today be any better than yesterday?," we re-boarded the Rocky Mountaineer. Once again, the weather is gray, but the grayness of the day pales in comparison to the sun shining on the mountains at a distance. Regrettably, we did not see much of Kamloops, as we arrived so late yesterday. This said, our expectation that it was just a rural stop along the way was not the case. In fact, we passed a very large Italian Center this morning on our ...
... roof on the train we were able to see to the top of most mountains.
Our first day on the train ended when we arrived in Kamloops, situated in the heart of the Rockies,) 20 buses were strategically parked so that our appropriate carriage stopped next to the appropriate bus -- 800 people were off the train and to their hotels in 20 minutes....
We had first class accommodation in Kamloops for our overnight stay ...
... where we entered a cavern to view the falls and relish the spray on our faces. This was the scene of Nancy's first toe dip of the day - a bit of a challenge with the cold, fast flowing river. Just beyond this point was Castle Mountain, a huge mountain that went beyond the boundaries of the camera. Further along the highway is Lake Louise, but we gave up even trying to find a parking spot; the road was lined with cars for miles before you reached ...
... killed by some bug (? Pine beetle?), and these dead trees are logged. He has lived and worked in rural areas all his life, and was a wealth of information on the "natural Canada" - plants, trees, animals etc.
So if we thought that today was Rocky Mountain High (not really the Rockies yet), the road to Banff was Rocky Mountain Higher!
See you tomorrow!
John and Helen
... nicest, most respectful group of people that do not as a whole take advantage of foreigners and is one of the safest countries we've ever traveled too. On that note, it's the only country that Kevan, though usually laid back, ever let me wander down streets with large amounts of cash by myself or at night. We joked that the security guards at the restaurants or police on the street corner were there to help you in case you tripped, because for what other reason ...