Days Inn Kamloops
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... As usual, there was the obligatory road construction along the way but the longest stoppage was 15 minutes and another biker came alongside so we killed the time chatting. He is from Calgary and was headed to Vancouver Island to visit family and then back to Calgary on Sunday.
This was the busiest traffic day so far. Up until now the traffic was very light most days, even around major centres. Not today, the road was quite busy ...
... When we reached 'Hope' (yes for those sharp eyes that is indeed the 'close of the loop of our road trip as that was mentioned in Post 2) - the road had indeed re-opened and although the North section was down to 1 lane, we were able to move through at pace. Great to reach Horseshoe Bay where we were due to spend the night before getting the early ferry to the island.
That was when we had a minor 'hiccup'! I say minor ...
... Gold Leaf service cars, whereas the hosts and hostesses in the Silver Leaf are veterans. So, all else being equal and based upon our experience with Carlo (a four-year veteran) and Michelle (a 14-year veteran), our choice of the Silver Leaf level service (a recommendation of our travel agent) seemed to be a good one. Yet, we did wonder about the Gold Leaf experience and the cost difference. As our trip began, we passed St. Joseph's Church. Our host, Carlo, told us ...
July 31, 2014. Truck - 67,134; Trip - 7,125
I opened the door of the baby house to an amazing view of the morning sun glowing pale yellow off of the snow capped St. Elias Range. We pulled out of our boon docked spot at 5:58 a.m. with a chilly temperature of 38 degrees. Right away the truck was jumping and bobbing with the frost heaves in the pavement. The black pavement soaks up solar radiation and melts ...
... about. We had such a nice time swimming and having a picnic. This is just how I have imagined out holiday to be. We carried on to kamloops. The mountains becoming less rugged as we got closer, but still just as spectacular. Kamloops is a nice small town. The Main Street was closed off for a few bands playing live. We had a delicious dinner in the steak house, sat outside on the street listening to the bands. The sunshine is out again after it being a bit rainy while in ...