Days Inn Kamloops
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Days Inn Kamloops
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Kamloops
Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... extended stop. As we were told, there are sensors on the train tracks that identify any malfunctions with the wheels of trains. Those sensors proved their worth this morning, when they identified a problem (Don't get excited, it was not our train!) with one wheel on the over 10,000-foot freight train coming toward us and sharing the same track. That's the good news! The not-so-good news was that the train had to be "walked" two miles to be examined and ...
... variety of the same at home, but we don't see anything past Weetbix! It was interesting to see food labelled in French as well as English. Noticed on frozen octopus "jeune" in the French text. That caught my eye as Phil and Jan live in Jeune Drive. Have you ever checked the name out Phil? Interesting.
Ron works in the bush driving heavy machinery building logging roads, even through the winter. In various areas pine trees ...
... need their help.
While having their own unique animals to watch out for on bicycle, namely the large-horned yak, I admit that the health condition of the many stray dogs there, particularly in the bigger cities or the town of Bhaktapur, was what caught my attention. I had to turn away several times at the state of some of the dogs. In the mountain towns the dogs were in great shape, often beautiful Tibetan mastifs, but where the people, and then dogs became ...
... to call into the Joffre Lakes. There are three glacially fed lakes but we only went in to the first one. Again, beautiful colour in the water, tree covered slopes down to the water's edge, with mountains complete with glaciers in the background. Very picturesque. Drive continued on through the most amazing landscape. There were huge mountains on either side, with near vertical sides. Road had no passing bays at ...
... very tempting chair, they've even had a lady come in there and unpack a picnic lunch!
Decided to do the Peak 2 Peak gondola and also took the extra chairlift to the summit
Longest unsupported span in the world between Whistler & Blackcomb at something like 3kms! Great views from up the top but happy we didn't score a glass bottomed gondola cabin.
Driving from Whistler to Kamloops. Saw our first bear when it ran ...