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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Sunday 17/5 - Canmore to Revelstoke (320km). We left Canmore at 9:30am in overcast but clear conditions and the conditions improved as we went so we could take in the beauty of the mountains and landscape as we drove through it. The drive is on highway 1, the trans Canada highway, and it's an excellent highway and very easy driving. The gradients are 7 and 8 percent on some of the loooong climbs and decents through ...
... out every day till 9 or 10 at night. The net result of this is we both need a rest from the hectic non-stop travelling. Luckily for us we predicted this and in a few days we should have just that when we have a week on a beach. But, before all that we have to get there!!
The drive to Kamloops started off very pleasant, apart from the persistent rain (we got lucky with our timing to leave). We drove along Highway 16 out of the Rockies passing ...
The Econolodge is not first on our list of places to stay, but they do have a nice collection of bugs on the ceiling. Last night we discussed having breakfast at Diner Deluxe, one of the restaurants listed in "You Gotta Eat Here" until Kelsey read recent reviews which were not complimentary. Patrons also mentioned OEB, a place just a few doors away where people line up to get a table so we decided to try it instead. We arrived to find a sign on the ...
... 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 ...
... of the worlds copper.
Yet again as is around these part the Bald eagle can be seen flying hi above, also the osprey is a native around theses parts and the nest they build are so impressive ,we can also tick off that we have seen Mountain goat in many groups high up in the mountain areas.
So after a day on the train covering about 263 miles we reach Kamloops and on to our Hotel where I think we will all enjoy having a meal at the local brew house and then catching up on ...