Holiday Inn Suites Kamloops
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... the tunnel while the tail is still going in so the engine is actually passing over the top of the tail as it climbs the pass. Next stop was at Natural Bridge, a natural rock bridge over a section of the river. Then we stopped for a short boardwalk through giant cypress trees, then only a few k down the road another 1.2km boardwalk through Skunk Cabbage Wetlands (and mosquitos). We reached Revelstoke at about 2pm ...
... the highest point in the Rockies. It was in cloud when we got there, but as it was lunch time we stopped for lunch and just as we finished the top popped out of the clouds for a few brief moments before going back into cloud.
As we drove on the views started to get less dramatic but were still nice as we passed through the North Thompson Valley. We had read on forums that we should go to Wells Gray Park to see Helmcken Falls (4th biggest ...
... was Sunday at 1 pm. Ron was aware that there was a malfunction in the public talk schedule, and finding out that I had talk notes (doesnt everyone carry them on holiday?) checked with the CBoE who was happy for me to do it. So that was a nice privilege. By the way I decided that I would do without a translator. I think the brothers enjoyed hearing a "furriner".
Sunday evening Ron and Genevieve ...
... another Rocky Mountaineer tradition; to celebrate with a mimosa to get us on the way. The train pushes back to the interchange and as we are 19 cars long this takes about 30 mins to get on the line and then it's off we go. Cutting through the burbs of Vancouver we are served breakfast and a long awaited cup of coffee.
It's not long until we are going past the The Postman Bridge and starting to see some mountain ranges. As we look across the carriage to take in the ...
... never really fell asleep. I finally gave up, and turned the entertainment system back on. Two movies and breakfast later...we were descending into New York City. This flight took about 8 hours and 15 minutes. The plan was to grab a taxi and head back to Zach's place in Brooklyn, the catch was that Noah wakes up at 7:30 so to try and arrive after that. Having landed at 6 AM, I had lots of time to grab my suitcase and find my cab. In fact, the suitcases came out quite early, it ...