Country View Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Country View Motor Inn Kamloops
Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... they stood in the river and then finally made the crossing. Ok time to move on as 3 hours was almost up so time for lunch and then we headed beckon the boat to the Campbell River. on our journey home we managed to find a group of playful Orca whales, cameras out and what a show they put on. Back on land and we headed for the ferry crossing back over to Vancouver. we had to alter our accommodation and bring it closer to Vancouver due to the delay of our grizzly bear tour. All good ...
We had planned to spend the morning sightseeing but decided on a relaxing morning instead. we checked out of our hotel at 11:00am and took a quick cab to the Greyhound bus terminal which is also the main rail station then began the slow but relaxing wait for our 2:15 departure. The taxi driver 'shared'' with us his rant about the state of the city/development/developers/city council/British Columbia government/Canadian government so we are now quite clear ...
... aesthetic which is obvious everywhere, especially in the playful exploitation of perspective. The store sells some of the finest native artifacts we have seen anywhere, as well as clothing and other paraphanalia. Snacks are available in a small cafe. She even grabbed her guitar and sang us a song about the development of this tourist attraction. It is impossible to get out of there without dropping some change and rightly so. Such industry ...
... Canada continues to go on and on (only about 250 miles to go to Vancouver). Last night's hotel was old world and built into the side of a mountain tonight's is modern but we have a suite and I am sitting in the kitchen writing this! Won't need to eat much tonight - Vancouver ...
... at A&W.
Penny took us to her sister Heather's place. She lives just on the edge of town as she has a few horses. But like all Kamloopians, she has a commanding view over the valley. She had been baking so we were treated to some delicious ginger cookies. She was cooking spudnuts. We didn't know what these were so Penny had to go back later in the day to get some for us. They are a doughnut made with a lot of ...