Howard Johnson Inn Kamloops
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Hi all, Big day yesterday , we drove 400 Kms to Kamloops in a snow storm that hit British Columbia. Only just got through the range as we heard people talking in the lift about how they could not get back to Vancouver and same again today the highway is closed . lucky we have. 3 days before we need to go to Vancouver and Seattle and the weather is clearing tonight . Kamloops had 45cms of snow , Sunpeaks where we are going tomorrow had ...
... seasonal veggies, and chocolate mousse with all the complimentary wine one could want. Once again, the meal was excellent, as was an unexpected light snack of hot appetizers provided because of our morning delay and anticipated late arrival in Vancouver! At about 5:30 p.m., we traveled out of the canyons. This was a dramatic visual event, as the colors of our surroundings, despite the still-overcast weather, were noticeably brighter -- reminders of late summer in ...
... whistle and a performance by a Scots piper. We boarded our carriage, J5, and found our seats upstairs in the dome. Very excited and waiting for our journey to begin! We reversed out of the station and the staff all turned out to wave us goodbye which was a nice touch. Soon we moving in the right direction and our two day train trip had begun.
As we left Vancouver we crossed the Fraser River Swing Bridge which was built in 1904 and then passed ...
... and stops a lot but not for long as the railways are like highways and some need to slow and allow others to pass. Went through a 5 mile long tunnel right through a mountain; what was really cool is that you could see the light through the end of the tunnel the whole time! That's a pretty straight tunnel! The dining car food has been very good! When you have the late ...
... who provided lots of laughs, help, photography skills and fun during our week and a half adventure together. To Elaine, Brian, Ty, Karl, Louise, Maggie, Emmanual and Geoffrey, a huge thank you. To my personal sweep guide Sourage (sp) and of course Mandil, thank you for leading us down trails we never thought we'd see nor ride during this trip and giving us one hell of a vacation in Nepal. And a most special thank you to Ashley from Urban Tailz and of course Jen ...