Comfort Suites Kelowna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we are’, shoved down your throat. Impressive establishment, but not so much to our tastes.
It was now late afternoon. From here, we stopped briefly in town to a small market complex called Guisachan Market, which houses a bakery, deli, fish shop and other such shops, where we bought a feast of bread, salmon, charcuterie and cheese for tea. Having eaten heartily at lunch, we only wanted this type of meal (a posh party tea!), washed down ...
... this lake has a mythical creature called Ogopogo.
Kelowna is a much bigger town than either of us were expecting.
We then drove to the liquor store to grab some drinks for the night. When we walked back to the bus we saw that everyone was outside the bus. It was then we found out that a tour leader Megan had locked the keys in the car! The ignition was still on.
We had to wait around 30 minutes for a mechanic to come pry the door open ...
... to play Darts and met a lonely dude at the bar from Queensland but living in Canada, he was spending Christmas alone so I invited him over to play some darts, he liked that a lot. Dec 25th Christmas Day we spent working and snowboarding. Then it was time for a Christmas feast at Jess/Donnie/Brooke/Dustys house. Corey and Ash also with us. We had an amazing feast! We ate sooo much food, ...
... but still arrived at Karen's around 3:30.
Karen, Jim, Mandy, Danny & Ella were there and so too were Chad, Jackie & Brynlee - but sadly Jamie wasn't there. I could see that mom was disappointed and worried that Jamie hadn't phoned Karen to advise of his plans. Eventually, we found out that he was sleeping and he thought we were arriving Tuesday - which was probably our original plan. Thanks for the welcoming ...
... high of about 80 degrees F in the summer. They don't get as much snow as the rest of Canada with most snow melting pretty quickly in the days that follow. Their winter is nothing like Saskatchewan. There are a lot of lakes in this area with much of the population enjoying camping in the surrounding area. Because of the mild climate, this area is referred to as "the Miami of Canada". The population of this city ...