Holiday Inn Express Kelowna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... It is a Thousand Trails Campground and it is close enough to Penticton that it could be a spot we could use for a quick camping trip in the future. We found it to be very picturesque as the site we had overlooked the Columbia river.
We were up quite early and started our last days drive home. It wasn't busy at the border and we were through very quickly and home by 3:00 PM.
... to be one of the most stunning things I have ever seen. The clear blue skies and the sun over the mountains added to the breathtaking views. It was just out of this world.
We made our way to the next winery, Ex Nihilo, and this time took part in some wine tasting. We had five testers and bought our favourite as a little gift for Bobbie and Duncan for putting us up for the night. We moved onto the last winery, Arrowleaf, for ...
... Love beer pong! Me, Matt and Bree (the A team haha) won our first game then lost our second to Tommy/Brad/Buzz, so all 3 of us had to do the dreaded fire station run. 50metres there and back in our bare feet to the fire station wall. Our feet were freezin and felt funny for days. Got to bed around 4.30, had such a good time and met some great people! Off to Gem the next day with Josh and Marcus, out of ...
... It was great to see them walk out and then it was all the stories, Ethan was not excited about rice and water for breakfast, Rob had problems with cramps because of his long legs, Cooper kept them all on the ball listening to the calls to get onto the plane and worrying that they would miss it, no McDonald's in China this was devastating, apparently.
Now to catch the plane to Kelowna, will Sue make it since her plane was one ...
... the Lawrence Ferry. Our entertainment came in the form of a lady with three dogs. Julia, Snowball and Maggie were small terriers that seemed to ignore anything that she said despite her saying it many, many, many times. The entire ferry was familiar with all of the dogs names before we had even boarded.
After landing on solid ground again we continued south and arrived at Nakusp which is known for its Hot Springs and was quite a pretty spot. After ...