Holiday Inn West Kelowna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 5 hours in relation to our last bus journey. I usually use the bus journeys to upload pictures to my iPad, write my travel blog, do some research and have the occasional nap if I'm lucky. One thing I would say about taking the Greyhound besides how cheap it is in comparison to the trains, the scenery on the journey is amazing, we got to see the Canadian Rockies at some point near Banff, covered in snow and tall ...
... sofa was in charge and would be the one to check us in. After handing the credit card over in return for, well nothing, no towel, no key, no check out info we decided to get out of that place and go for a walk. We walked into downtown, through city park, Shaun park and water-park, All parks that are situated on Lake Okanagan. Walking down the lake was a refreshing change to what we had already seen, a quiet and calm lake that went for ...
... to help up use up some time before we can check into our room.
We drive along for a bit, and then I start thinking out loud. “I know that Sicamous is along this road on the way to Revelstoke,” I say to Jim. “I wonder how far off this road Salmon Arm is. It seems it is off to the left from this road, if I read this map correctly. If it is not too far do you want to go there and just see what the town is like?” ...
... Ukrainian folk song, of all things and a lady is singing! I try to get there to join in the fun but they are wrapping up before I get there. It turns out that Felix is of some Slavic background and the woman, another passenger on the train, was Ukrainian visiting with some Russian people.
We re-board the train and have been asked to change seats with the people across the aisle so that everyone can have the same experience. The ...
... I just mean in general someone really has to want to do this since it is such a chore to get there.” “Oh I get it,” he says. We finally get up there and we are met by a person manning the entrance gate. He asks if we have tickets and I tell him we do not. He then tell us that the afternoon train is completely booked but that he will allow us to park for a short time if I wanted to go and see about tickets for tomorrow. I run in ...