Comfort Suites Kelowna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sooo my vision of Kelowna was this small town with a couple of shops and a little quirky ... So when the greyhound pulled up at a huge garage in the car dealers district I was a little shocked. We hopped in a taxi (only because it was the only way out of the estate) and travelled ten mins down the highway to our hostel - Kelowna International... Walking through the door we passed through ...
... career previously in international sales and had now decided to retire to the good life of hanging out in a winery meeting people and enjoying the scenery. He does this for the summer and then winters in San Diego. Nice life! Anyway, they again did some nice wines, including the only syrah red icewine produced in the region, which was amazing but $70 a bottle - beyond our reach, so we left empty-handed. He and his assistant did provide us with ...
... at Chateau On the Ridge. We hoped for single beds and cheaper price but most the accommodation has been taken earlier in the season so we didn't have many options. We got bunk beds but we live right next to the ski runs, have a big hot tub overlooking the runs and a beautiful view! Wednesday wings night ...
... to provide safe passage through the mountains.
The rain is falling lightly and so we don our raincoats and decide to walk the first trail on our list --The Rock Garden Trail. This trail was a little slippery ...
... The Log Cabin just outside Vernon
in the Okanagan Valley. Saw the funniest thing … Dave’s
Goat Walk. A walkway up to a bridge had been built for goats, where there was
a pulley system
in which you could fill tins with
corn kernels. The goats on the bridge would watch you and once the feed was in
the tin they would spin the wheel with their hoofs and bring the tin up ...