Days Inn Kamloops

Address: 1855 Rogers Place, Kamloops, British Columbia, V1S 1T7, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Aberdeen area of Kamloops, is near Tobiano Golf Course, Kamloops Golf and Country Club, Kamloops Heritage Railway - Steam Train, and Secwepemc Museum & Heritage Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Kamloops

    Back on board again

    A travel blog entry by micktaylor on Sep 06, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... our watches forward one hour; we are now only seven hours behind UK.

    We had another great day on the train travelling a distance of 274 miles, and have seen Black bear, Mountain sheep (looks a bit like a goat with big curly horns), Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, and Ospreys. Alas all good things must come to an end, as we arrive in Jasper and say a fond farewell to the Rocky Mountaineer after two ...

    Aboard the Rocky Mountaineer!

    A travel blog entry by simonandamanda on Jun 20, 2014

    ... of the world’s copper. Travelling onwards we saw many birds and lots of wonderful scenery along the Thompson. I spotted a couple of large brown deer and there were some big horned sheep on the mountainside.

    Today we learned a new phrase which we have never heard before but which was used many times today and that is ‘First Nation People’, for example FNP words, customs, legends etc, etc. It seems to be a very handy catchall ...

    It's amazing how 8,000+ peaks dwarf BC mountains

    A travel blog entry by cdrewitz on Dec 08, 2013

    11 photos

    ... flapping and colourful prayerflags strewn from homes, trees, stupas and poles. Even the clothing was colourful, the jewellry many of the women wore, as were their products, such as colourful yak blankets and mittens. And finally, the smells were constantly changing too, from yak and cow dung, to excrement to various smells of incense from one home to a temple or offering, and then the surprise "Christmas" smell when travelling through some forests.

    But ...

    Next Instalment

    A travel blog entry by ktmack on Oct 02, 2013

    7 photos

    ... very familiar with. The husband that insists he's funny despite all evidence to the contrary...but he persists! With much eye rolling or nervous titter from those around them...or confused looks cos they don't get the joke! Maybe because there is no punch line... Today was a great day, although I'm exhausted from doing nothing but eat, drink and look out for bears and photo opportunities. Update on this ...

    Rocky Mountaineer train to Kamloops

    A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Aug 16, 2013

    22 photos

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    These mounties are volunteers who do this for every Rocky Mountaineer train that comes in. We have seen some First Nations people here in this town. No 4 or 5 star hotels in this town, but we have plenty of room - 2 queen sized beds if we want them - one is good for laying everything out on.