Country View Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Picked up early this morning and taken to the Rocky Mountaineer Train Station. They have their own depot where the 650 odd passengers were assembled ready for boarding. Once on board, Allan and I were part of the first sitting for breakfast. Delicious eggs Benedict. After that, back upstairs for some more scenery, and wine....they open the bar at 9:30 am! Too much fun for this little black duck! Still smoky but we've been assured that this will clear. Lunch was ...
... and took some pictures and then selected a pumpkin. The car was so dirty after the quick drive around the field that we had to wash it after we got home. Kaff came and we did a quick trip to Walmart to buy some Halloween Stuff to take home. Dinner at Pennys then some TV. It took us half an hour to get the TV working as I had tried to turn it on this morning and had completely stuffed it up. Eventually we worked it out. Penny records the Voice USA and ...
... more-than-not-so-good news was that, as a result, we would be delayed. - The question then was: For how long? - The initial answer was another question: How long does it take to "walk" a freight train two miles?! - The somewhat reassuring answer and wishful thinking were: However long it takes an engineer to walk, hopefully, speed walk, two miles! - The less-reassuring news was: The engineer could not even think about speed walking for he had ...
... the Thompson River and followed that through to Kamloops where we spend tonight in the Plaza Hotel. We were busting for a good steak and the locals directed us to The Keg, needless to say, my husband didn't need to be told twice! We had a beautiful steak accompanied by some rather smooth bourbon and beer! What a great way to finish an awesome day - tomorrow onto Lake Louise & ...
... Kamloops behind. The further west we went, the colder and darker the weather became. At the summit of the Coquihalla, it was cold, overcast, and wet but as we dropped down over the other side of the summit, the rain stopped. By the time we reached Vancouver it was much warmer and lightly overcast. Hopefully, it stays like this until Friday, when we leave on the train. Tomorrow, we'll just be visiting the family members down here, filling the time until we actually start on our ...