Econo Lodge Inn & Suites

Address: 244 4th Street Box 160, Princeton, British Columbia, V0X 1W0, Canada | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 244 4th Street Box 160, Princeton, is near Tobiano Golf Course, Kamloops Heritage Railway - Steam Train, Secwepemc Museum & Heritage Park, and Lac le Jeune.
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Travel Blogs from Princeton

Kamloops

A travel blog entry by mausa55 on Aug 01, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

Hi,
A long day,caught the rocky mountaineer train,was suppose to be a 8 hr trip turned into a 13 hr trip.
Had an ambulance emergency on board train with one of the passengers so it was a very long trip.

Scenery was spectacular and we have lots of great photos.Lots of mountains and rivers.
Stayed Kamloops hotel over night nice hotel for an old town.

Maureen and Paul
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Last day on the Rocky Mountaineer

A travel blog entry by northamerica on Jun 21, 2013

10 photos

... br> Pu's Entry
Sam's got all of this. It's my token effort today.
Sam's had a sleep thankfully, she's been suffering from lack of, so Melatonin worked. Or Mell At O Nin as Tia calls it. Ha Ha. Carmine only had 4.5 hours. Sleep conversations have a been dominant over the last week. Fortunately I've slept through most of 'em.

We see Thompson River and Fraser River converge and different colours. The Thompson has been flowing from ...

Day 7: 100 Mile House BC to Princeton BC

A travel blog entry by bergworld on Jun 07, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... s trip. I wasn't looking forward to this because yesterday's late day slog over this road was still a little to fresh. But, the crisp clear sky, a good night sleep, and better scenery (there are serious mountains to the south that you don't see heading north) made for a great ride.


The Frasier River Canyon starts out modestly but as you head south it gets more impressive. The ...

Days 18 & 19 Leaving Whistler > Kamloops > Jas

A travel blog entry by todd_and_bec on Sep 07, 2012

8 photos

... looks like they were harvesting hay and vegetables. Interestingly, even though it is very desert like with it's rolling hills and great red rocks, there was always these amazing rivers that ran through the valleys....so they would never have to worry about irrigation. If it wasn't the perfect stop over point for Jasper I don't think it would ever have made it to our Travel Itinerary. Having said that, it was interesting to see, as it was unique in ...

Our first night of real camping

A travel blog entry by andermoser on Jun 25, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... spent at Manning Provincial Park. Before dinner, Seta, Toby and Nadine went exploring and saw a woodpecker at a neighbouring campsite.

The weather wasn't great and so we needed to put on the lights. Unfortunately, they were no longer working. The auxiliary battery, which is supposed to be charged while we are driving seems to be ...