Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The socializing has been in full swing since arriving in Kamloops. It started with Lynne having a heap of people over for dinner at her house. The next night it was Penny's turn and then Barb's turn.
Barb has moved into a lovely unit since we were here last time when she had a house. The units here are great as they usually have an upstairs living area and then have another huge space downstairs in the basement where ...
... it being the Monday of their Labour weekend. It was very peaceful.
We stayed at a Best Western hotel at Kamloops. Apart from the unreliable wifi, it was great. It W's the cleanest place we've stayed in and although the breakfast was no frills, it W's the first place I've seen that provides chamomile tea and hot chocolate. Plus, as an A A member (even in NZ), we got a 10% discount on the room rate! ...
... chunky, buttery mashed potatoes, and a basalmic antipasto salad and mixed fresh veggies was the selection for both of us. Oh my, what's not to love! I overheard the cook say that she had just taken a strawberry-rhubarb cobbler out of the oven so we asked Mary, our server and the cook's daughter, for one serving a la mode and two spoons. Now let me just tell you that I don't even like rhubarb anything but I know ...
... become very turbulent and is a favourite spot for white water rafting. We’re feeling quite hot and the water looks very inviting. Perhaps we’ll come back here later and have a go ourselves!
Some time later we passed by an area called the Black Canyon and then went through the Black Canyon Tunnel. Just afterwards we came upon a large osprey nest on top of a telegraph pole and noticed a little head peeping out. This area is referred to ...
... to all but trains. Driving south on the Yellowhead Highway Doug became quite concerned that a chap in a car had overtaken us then swerved on to the shoulder, screeching to a halt. Quite what he intended to do about this I'm not sure as I was driving but the reason for the sudden manouevre was clear. At least to me... grazing quietly at the side of the road was a Cariboo, a animal which looks pretty much like a reindeer. Doug's concentration on the ...