Fairfield Inn & Suites Kelowna
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Revelstoke did not hold that much interest beyond the Meadows-In-The-Sky Parkway, so we planned on being up with the larks today and getting on the road. Indeed, we pulled out of the campsite at about 7:30am, stopping briefly at nearby Upper Arrow Lake, an unfeasibly long lake used for hydroelectric generation at three different points along its length. It was only a quick stop as the early shift of mosquitoes had already punched in and was hard at work. ...
... I received a place in business class. YES! I have never had a more amazing flight. 10 hours of my own space, turnable into a comfortable bed, all the comfort utensils needed were provided, like comfy socks, sleeping masks, nice comfortable big headphones, big puffy pillows and a nice warm blanket.
The food was an a la carte 4 course meal that came on actual plates with normal cutlery. And any drinks whenever I wished for them, including ...
Having some awesome powder days!! It just keeps pukeing out there. Unfortunately my snowboard has cooked it! :'( I hit a tree just off powder keg where we had found some epic powder. Cracked in the middle but base layer is still intact. Will ride her until she dies, in the meantime will start ...
8th January - Wednesday
The day started off so much better than it finished yesterday, Sue's bag turned up everything was there and in good condition, what a relief, a slow morning for us all everyone had to recover from their traveling and the extra excitement that was thrown in. When we got ourselves together we went to the village and hired boards and boots for the boys and got their ski tickets which start tomorrow. We also got gloves for Cooper and the ...
... called Kalala. However the exciting thing here was that they were actually starting to press the grapes. The sampling here included the chance to sample Ice Wine which is produced under very strict controlled temperature of below -8c. It results in a dessert type wine which was delicious.
We did two further visits with sampling, Steve couldn't seem to get hand of the second stage of sampling, i.e the 'Slurp' and choked most times ...