Holiday Inn Suites Kamloops
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... bedrooms are. This is great for visitors. Jenny is staying in Penny's basement for a few days.
Everyone brought along a dish so we feasted on far too much food.Beverley brought along two slices- one the nanaimo slice and the other the milobar slice which the recipe was the result of a competition to create a Kamloops slice. It is called Milobar after the mayor but I think I will call it the Kamloops slice.There was a vote ...
... it being the Monday of their Labour weekend. It was very peaceful.
We stayed at a Best Western hotel at Kamloops. Apart from the unreliable wifi, it was great. It W's the cleanest place we've stayed in and although the breakfast was no frills, it W's the first place I've seen that provides chamomile tea and hot chocolate. Plus, as an A A member (even in NZ), we got a 10% discount on the room rate! ...
Up early the next morning we met the Rocky Mountaineer Representative who booked us into the train and let us know a little about the trip and where we would be sitting on the train and where we would be staying in Kamloops. We boarded the train and found our seats. A start to a new adventure!
We we were sitting upstairs with the glass dome carriages and from the start of the trip to the end we ...
... the station. Saved!! Rocky Mountaineer (RM) train is 2,958 ft - over 1/2 mile long. We weigh over 2,500 tons with 694 passengers on board. We are carrying cars that will go into storage at Kamloops and cars that will go on another route after Kamloops. Kamloops is the main hub for RM. Vancouver train station was amazing. A pianist playing a grand piano greeted us and a bagpiper played while we exited the station and boarded the train. As we left the station, ...
... African big game which is so often seen in UK zoos.
The animals here appear to be well looked after and given sufficient room to move around to prevent boredom and much of the work seems to be educating on the animals in the care of the centre and providing a rehabilitation centre for local wildlife.
On several occasions now we've seen examples of local wildlife but generally one of us has ...