Days Inn Kamloops
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We have settled back in Kamloops and are enjoying the comforts of home. We arrived here a few days ago and are finding to it hard to get motivated to move on. Lynne has been extremely busy looking after her parents and getting ready to go back to school. Mike has just come back from Castlegar, where he works, for his four days off. It is all go in this family.
We have been to the shops and I have had my hiar cut and dyed, as it was looking ...
The next morning we bid farewell to Banff and boarded the Rocky Mountaineer Train.
This is considered the most spectacular train trip in the world. From the luxury of the Gold Leaf Dome Carriage we journeyed through the stunning landscapes of the Thompson and Fraser Valleys to the spectacular and rugged beauty of the Canadian Rockies. Travelled through the legendary spiral tunnels, Kicking Horse Pass, ...
... we notice 2 children asleep. Many times we cross and travel beside the Fraser River to make our way to Kamloops going past the open flats for farming of dairy and vegetables. Soon our climb begins and we head into logging and Hydro electric communities.
As the train winds it's way following the Fraser River we pass the towns of Mission, Kirkby and Hope before we get to the famed and intimidating Hells Gate and it's fabulous rapids.Soon after Hells gate we dine on a ...
... A few people were curious as to who this stranger was who flew in from Cape Town, South Africa the night before, just to crash their party! LOL. We hung in there quite awhile, and were some of the last people to leave. We drove down Broadway to the Business district, then back over the Brooklyn bridge to home. For dinner, Zach and Elyse ordered a pizza. I was told there is something about my visiting that brings the Italian out in them, as they only order pizza when I am ...
... rock back and forth. During lunch we went through a tunnel which was 5 km long, this particular tunnel is called a 'tangent tunnel', one that you can see from one end to the other, which is quite remarkable considering the winding landscape that we are covering. During one avalanche 200 people died and a rescue party was sent to try to excavate and rescue from the the avalanche, unfortunately of the 62 rescuers 61 died trying to save other lives. ...