Cove Lakeside Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCove Lakeside Resort West Kelowna
The apartment was really comfortable, with every need catered for. We had a mountain view which at first might not be thought of as good as a lake view however the mountain view had more going on.
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We left the mountains and rain behind this morning and decended into the lakeside city of Kelowna. This lovely city is situated beside the Okanagan Lake and contains most of Canada's vine growing area.
The scenary has changed dramatically. Gone are the snow covered peaks of the Rockies to be replaced by the glentler rolling hills that …
... ground. There are also a couple of horses there that also expect to be fed apples by the visitors. This is all free of charge. There is a picnic area as well and then there is the Log Barn itself. This is the mother of all fruit stands! There are fresh fruits and vegetables; there are preserves of all kinds that are manufactured nearby (on the family farm, no doubt), award winning sausage that is also made under their Log Barn brand, Log Barn Baking, ...
... sound the horn at every crossing. All along the tracks, local people stop what they are doing to give a wave; we wave back from the train. At one point we stop moving and I point out to Jim that there is another track beside the one we are on. He explains, “It’s the siding. They will uncouple the train from the engine and the engine will go past us on this side and then connect with this car at the end of the train. It will pull the ...
... on his signal to move over and in typical idiot driver fashion, the driver in the other lane was starting to speed up instead of letting us in. “Dammit!” That is Jim in a state of being ticked off. Our truck speeds up and very quickly we move over. “I have tourist plates on and I can cut you off all I want!” Jim says out loud. I giggle. We pull into the gas station and $102 later, we are good to go.
It’s 25 ...
... 8230;and wait…and wait… Finally we get close enough for me to see the menu board and I decide on what I would like to eat and tell Jim. We get to the window and he places the order, then we wait and wait several more minutes until someone takes our payment and passes over the coffees. “It will be just a couple of minutes for your sandwiches,” we are told, so we wait some more. The order is finally complete and we head back ...