Holiday Inn Express Kelowna
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Sooo my vision of Kelowna was this small town with a couple of shops and a little quirky ... So when the greyhound pulled up at a huge garage in the car dealers district I was a little shocked. We hopped in a taxi (only because it was the only way out of the estate) and travelled ten mins down the highway to our hostel - Kelowna International... Walking through the door we passed through ...
... tree runs, it was epic!! Plenty of powder and we could stay out of the wind and fog. At one stage we thought we lost josh so we unclipped and started hiking to try find him, worried he may have fallen in a tree well. We yelled and yelled. There were lots of dips in the snow with creeks and big tree wells that we had to be careful with. We found josh! He was waiting at the bottom, just got separated from us, ...
... all the planes from America were late due to very bad whether and no Sue didn't make the plane, but more on her story later. The flight was only one hour, nice and quick, went to get our luggage, that's when the dramas started one of Rob's bags got destroyed and and Cooper's snow pants, looked like a bear had attacked them, as check out the photos.
The lady from the airlines did ...
... and captured it securely on our camera for future reference. We headed back to Lake Louise for one final visit. With the sun shining we knew that we would be offered a new perspective on the Lake. The water glistened with greater vitality and the shades of green were more promenant to the eye. The wildflowers appeared to have sprung to life with their bold colours in full view and swaying gently in the light wind. We took some more photos and bid our final goodbyes before hitting the ...
... tunnel entrance to a mall, which we were sure was incorrect. One had to take a ticket to pass through, and then we tried to get out to find the correct location. Dave drives up to the automated gate and inserts the ticket stub, which indicates 1 euro is due, and only credited card accepted. In Dutch, the sign apparently said no exit, how were we to know? We saw other people in the next lane inserting tickets, gates lifting and driving through. Okay, so we thought, wrong ...