Four Points by Sheraton Kamloops
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... examine the train during his two-mile-long walk! - The final answer? Our train started to move again at 12:30 p.m., a two and half-hour-long delay, meaning our 5:30 p.m. anticipated arrival in Vancouver would now be, barring no further delays, 8:00 p.m.! Such is train travel! As we traveled around the Black Canyon, we got another view of the rear of our train as it wrapped around the canyon. From this point on, we no longer shared tracks with ...
... does so that is why I ordered it. The cobbler was delicious; tart but sweet, perfect texture of crunch in the topping but softness in the fruit...and the vanilla bean ice cream must have been churned in heaven. It was an I-will-fight-you-for-the-last-bite finish. After full bellies, we stopped at the Nass River Rest Area for the night. It was a good day.
Pictures of Billy will be posted soon :)
... red and silver passengers boarding their standard carriages..
Each carriage has it's own two chefs in a separate galley who cook constantly...
The dining is divided into two sitings.. With first and second sitings swapped on each day.
BUT those on second siting get fed scones and jam while waiting for breakfast and cheese and wine while waiting for dinner... I will not go into the details of the meals ...
... and then shared a bottle of Baileys over many stories and laughs. Kate, Ange and Noelene head off on the Rocky Mountaineer tomorrow and we head home.
How uncanny, this opportune catch up has happened to us twice where we have a one night overlap with friends who are travelling, once in Sydney, and now on the other side of the planet. It was a great catch up.
Overnight: Hotel FiveForty - Kamloops
Overnight: Fairmont Waterfront - ...
... glacshas" in Canadian!), saw the place where the last spike of the Canadian Pacific was driven and finally dropped out of the mountains into the ranchlands that run along the South Thompson river into the "scenic" town of Kamloops. I do not feel that this town has much to recommend it so feel no need to place it on your bucket list! So, in this pretend world of trip recollection, tomorrow we will relive the second day aboard the Rocky Mountaineer and the journey into Vancouver!