Holiday Inn Suites Kamloops
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... would simply not survive in their natural habitat, whether that was because of accidents / injuries, hence the three legged cougar, or via illness which meant they needed additional support. Even at the 09:30 opening time we found most of the animals taking it easy in shaded spots, but it was great to see them up close. We finally saw a Moose - which was something we were really keen to see (when in Canada and all that!).
... more-than-not-so-good news was that, as a result, we would be delayed. - The question then was: For how long? - The initial answer was another question: How long does it take to "walk" a freight train two miles?! - The somewhat reassuring answer and wishful thinking were: However long it takes an engineer to walk, hopefully, speed walk, two miles! - The less-reassuring news was: The engineer could not even think about speed walking for he had ...
... that there was still some snow on the mountain tops, so that was good too see. We had pre purchased our ticket so that relieved a bit of pressure, as seating was first in first served for seating (ie no seat allocation) but we were not going to be bumped off to a later bus. However, they weigh baggage (why I dont know) but the scale said each case was over the 23kg. The option was to pay, take some stuff out and put it on the carry ...
... winters in Michigan! Will the views ever get boring? Another beauty around every turn! Here we are taking all sorts of pictures when the host says "just wait til we get into the Rockies!" What? We are not in the Rockies yet? Saw bears! Traveled through Glacier National Park. The train has a platform you can enjoy; the air is fresh and you can hear the raging river. The ...
... anywhere to stop. Much of it was avalanche zone and it was easy to see evidence of these. Speed limit was 60 to 80kph throughout and it was not possible to go any faster. Most spectacular geographically. Once through the mountains (Coast Mtns) we got to Lillooet where the landscape changed dramatically and became semi arid undulating hills. Colour changed significantly from greens to browns. Still plenty of lakes ...