Days Inn Kelowna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Kelowna
... with large piles of sawdust and logs floating in the water awaiting milling.
We arrived at Kelowna late in the day after a very long day of travel. Kelowna is the largest city outside of Vancouver with a population of approximately 120,000. Okanagan is the largest grape and fruit growing region.
Our evening dinner was at Summerhill Winerary where we partook in wine tasting before a very enjoyable dinner. ...
... in. Temperatures have been up in the mid thirties for a while now and the forests are like kindling, ready to burn. The fires are huge, the one that is causing the smoke in Whistler is 20,000 hectares in size. There are fire crews fighting it but where do you begin, and with so many fires across the state resources are stretched thin. Pretty much the whole state is covered in a plume of smoke, so we decide that we are ...
... it. I went to Wolverine in the arvo to have a few drinks and look through their dress up boxes. I found a Blazer then headed off to the Spa to get ready and meet the girls. We soon caught the shuttle out to the Cat Shed before it got too busy. As we got there we were offered champagne, then off to the bar we went. For tea they provided roast meat, rolls and salads. Playing music, were an old band that had been doing the shuffle for 30yrs, all in their 70's they looked. ...
... their lunch. Off they went again, skiing in and out is great, later in the afternoon they all went for a walk to the village for a look and just happened to find a pub. I tried to catch up on the blog but our wifi isn't the best here, a bit slow just like me. I went to bed early, just laying listening to the laughter was soooooo nice, I think it is going to be very sad saying goodbye, I don't have to worry about that yet.
... that they still transport the logs by floating them from location to location.
We motored on towards Kelowna and through some tight and twisty roads. The weather deteriorated and the rain was quite steady. Leisa had assumed the back seat which is basically a lounge with pillows and was quickly snoozing. It was about now that another driver decided she had had enough sleep. I thought it was me who had a problem staying on the right side of the ...