The Coast Kamloops Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Dinner, dance and a room too.
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Jetlag is a terrible thing and we were awake at 3 am this morning. Nevertheless, it's amazing how time flies and we were only down in the lobby a few minutes before we were due to check in for our trip on the Rocky Mountaineer. Once issued with our boarding passes we boarded the coach for a short trip to the railway station and our first glimpse of …
We did a late evening tour, to go wildlife spotting. Most are nocturnal.
Our Driver/guide, David seemed to know all the good spots.
We saw the white Tailed Deer( an immigrant) that parks and wildlife,
Consider it a bit of a pest, so outside the park, bag limits of the hunters have been increased!
Mountain Sheep were seen on,now …
With slightly heavy hearts, and very tired eyes, we checked out of the Fairmont Pacific Rim this morning. The heavy hearts were because the hotel was amazing, so well equipped and they treated us fantastically well. The tired eyes were because we were being collected to go to the Rocky Mountaineer station at 6.50am, and our bags were collected from …
... the train station. Who would think there would be enough Italians in Kamloops, BC to support that?! At any rate, wish we had some time to explore Kamloops. 7:45 a.m. - Breakfast - Coffee, juice, fresh fruit, cinnamon scone, cheese omelet with asparagus, and roasted potatoes! Oh yes!! I mentioned in yesterday's blog that there are three levels of service on the Rocky Mountaineer, and that we were in the Silver-Leaf level, below Gold-Leaf level. You might be wondering, ...
... so we decided we'll try it again on our return journey. This time closer to the village Nancy found her foot in the Bow River before she found a stone to bring home. As we travelled west into BC we noticed the change from rock covered mountains of grey and light brown to vast forests of dark trees all the way up to the tops. The rivers changed from glacier blue to milky white to a pale green. Rogers Pass was a breathtaking sight of ...