Days Inn Kelowna
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Travel Blogs from Kelowna
... lots of old school music and everyone danced, but I didn't know many of the songs. But danced anyway. Bree was very funny in her air hostess outfit. While we were on the bus she was in the aisle playing her character. 'Welcome to Big White, we are flying into the cat shop shuffle. I am your hostess for this evening and we are serving a range of refreshments. If I can have your attention we will run through the safety procedures! Exits are to the front and rear' She ...
... pacific snow storms (google it seriously).
It was in a town aptly named Hope that Shan thought it be a good idea I do my first stint of driving.. mind you he had driven the last 2000kms (good boy!!) About 20 or so kms from Hope is the Coquihalla and it was snowing quite hard.. and it was dark.. and I was driving a car about 20 times the size of my swift.. and I just had a red bull.. and I was driving on the other side of the road.. and I didnt know the road ...
... the Lawrence Ferry. Our entertainment came in the form of a lady with three dogs. Julia, Snowball and Maggie were small terriers that seemed to ignore anything that she said despite her saying it many, many, many times. The entire ferry was familiar with all of the dogs names before we had even boarded.
After landing on solid ground again we continued south and arrived at Nakusp which is known for its Hot Springs and was quite a pretty spot. After ...
... The rural nature of the mountainous BC makes this a regional business center.
Our previous week had been filled with spectacular beauty, but once again we were unprepared for the beauty of today's drive through the Columbia and OkanaganValleys and the mountains and rivers that shape them. I was also impressed with the quality of the highways in spite of the elevations and apparent challenges of harsh winter conditions. The beauty of British Columbia continued to blow us ...
... he has an accent (he’s black). He repeated; didn’t catch. He repeated again; now I understood what he said (don’t step on the stone), BUT I didn’t say a word and I did an "I don’t know" face. So, he said “In which languages I have to talk to you”. “French” I said.
“I don’t speak French... (Yes XD), where do you come from?
“Québec” I said. I tried to say only ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services