Four Points by Sheraton Kamloops
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... big horned sheep grazing on the steep hillsides, that looked more like goats to me (and yes I was wearing my glasses), also several osprey and bald eagles soaring gracefully next to the train. One bald eagle was kind enough to give passengers a hunting demonstration as we closely passed a lake, swooping down with outstretched claws, he splashed feet first into the turquoise water to catch his own serving of fresh fish. Our time on the train was very ...
... to line up for the bus. It turned out to the very comfortable, with reclining seats, pretty good wifi and power available to seats. The 4 hour trip to Kamloops included 2 stops where some got out to stretch their legs and some rushed to satisify their nicotine craving. The bus was full and made pretty good time along the road which was two lanes each way divided road for the 300km journey. The trip took 4.5 hours. The scenery was spectacular. We drove ...
The alarm was set for 5.15 am but really it was superfluous because our internal alarms had us awake on the hour at 1, 2, 3 and 4. The 1am wake up was the best because Mac was waving the torch around in the room - he was sure someone was in the room taking the luggage! He was dreaming! The 15 minute trip to the Rocky Mountaineer Station from The Fairmont took about 45 minutes because of the stops at various motels. Naively we thought this was the full complement of ...
... on!! The visitor centre wasn't open at all on the weekend, and being that we arrived on Friday night and were planning on leaving Monday morning, was a little unhelpful. Kayaking wasn't running yet, as the season hadn't started, and they didn't do horse riding in the weekends. There was nothing at all in the city centre, not even cafes or anything!
The BC wildlife park was right next to the campsite so we checked it out. ...
... long day but we were well compensated by wonderful views, and great service. We also met other interesting travellers including some twins from Northern Ireland, now living and working in Dundee in Scotland. We suggested they should support Celtic in deference to Steve, but they were not really into the sports scene. The trees are lovely, thick forests of pine, spruce and what the Canadians call quivering aspen, but we know as ...