Gary Fong Vacation Homes

3210 Clement Rd, Winfield, British Columbia, V4V 1X7, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3210 Clement Rd, Winfield, is near Gray Monk Estate Winery and Arrowleaf Winery.
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Travel Blogs from Winfield

Hello Kelowna

A travel blog entry by kaztravel on Sep 10, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... had us wake up to celebrate the big 50 for Cathy! Rae and Michael had her awake with a 5 course gourmet breakfast that had her not thinking clearly....... She jumped in the lake in freezing conditions, and lasted about 1 second! A long walk by the lake had us ready for an Indian massage. A very different type of massage that sees you rubbed in oil and at the end put into a cocoon to have the oil soak into your body. Home for a celebratory glass of sparkling, we were ...

Up to date, finally!

A travel blog entry by possum1 on Oct 01, 2012

... setting, so it came out quite slowly, but I didn’t feel ready for the baseball setting! We had dinner in the Harvard area.

The next day we left for Quebec. We went through Maine, which is US state number 6 for me. We stopped off at a Walmart to get lunch, too. On the bus we played a “name the theme song” game. MacGyver was one of them, so naturally I got that right, but I failed pretty dismally otherwise! I got to help do a French lesson on the bus – our ...

Departure Day!

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Aug 28, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

... extra for. The flight to Calgary was about 40 minutes, and it was a bit different to be on a 737 this time, rather than a DH-3. I had to get another Boarding Pass in Calgary for the Amsterdam-Munich leg, as the girl in Kelowna wasn’t able to issue it.

Upon arrival in Calgary, I was pleased to learn that my KLM flight would be departing from the same section of the airport so it wouldn’t be necessary to go through security again. The ...

You can lead a horse to water

A travel blog entry by lucy3119 on Aug 18, 2012

4 photos

... from booking the 8 hour ride than we were) so we ended up hacking our way through the forest. Soon, we were lost. Very, very lost. We had to dismount and lead our horses through the increasingly thick and wild undergrowth in the stifling heat. It was only by chance that, after a lot of false leads, we stumbled upon our original trail and were able to retrace our steps back to the main trail.

We ...

A Weekend in Vernon

A travel blog entry by mchyndman on Mar 04, 2012

1 comment, 35 photos

... into the mountains, we started to see patches of snow, until the snow became thick on the sides of the road, and covered everything including the tops of trees. In some areas, the snow was more then 5 feet and built right up on the sides of the road, and even in the middle of the highway. Then we hit a snow storm and had to slow right down. (photos below)

A few more hours later and we arrived in Vernon and met up with Mark who picked us up ...