Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... which one was the best and the nanaimo slice won as the other one had too much chocolate in it. Of course I loved the chocolate one.
I went out to lunch with Barb and two very special parents form Pacific Way. These two parents helped me out when I was teaching here. It was so good to see them. Margaret is actually Australian and has lived here since she was married. She was a godsend, as she was able to know what ...
... photographed moose, posed in front of a huge stone fireplace. Billy was huge and occupied most of the dining room but, not the wood plank walls because they were covered with the hides and heads of every other type of animal found in the woods of British Columbia. There was a full-bodied, stuffed big horn ram in the parlor. OK. Salisbury steak with fresh mushroom-onion gravy, with a touch of red wine, ...
Up early the next morning we met the Rocky Mountaineer Representative who booked us into the train and let us know a little about the trip and where we would be sitting on the train and where we would be staying in Kamloops. We boarded the train and found our seats. A start to a new adventure!
We we were sitting upstairs with the glass dome carriages and from the start of the trip to the end we ...
Well our holiday has been in three stages really: 1) Great Bear Lodge and Victoria Island 2) Voyage of the Glaciers cruise and Alaska 3) Rocky Mountains We are so fortunate to be able to bundle up thee quite different experiences in to one holiday and spend 5 weeks overseas - privileged really. Stage 3 of our trip culminated in a trip on the Rocky Mountaineer train, which was spectacular, and again we can't fault the service of the staff, facilities or the food, and the scenery ...
... also an automatic which makes it a little less predictable than the manual gear box I'm used to. BUT... it does have the oomph when its needed, it just takes a moment in thinking about it! Given the initial option was a Chevrolet Spark however and we were planning on doing around 2000km+ whilst we're over here there really wasn't a choice... the Fusion won hands down!
So - driving on the wrong side of the road - not too bad once you're used ...