Travelodge City Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... west (like us) and those coming east. Traveling on tracks with trains traveling west only (called "directional travel," we continued to travel through many tunnels, but none as long as one yesterday, which clocked in at eight miles! Slide detector sensors, which resemble netting made of metal, give signals of rock slides that are potentially dangerous and calls for repair attention. We regret not taking a picture or two of these, but we are confident you can use ...
... that there was still some snow on the mountain tops, so that was good too see. We had pre purchased our ticket so that relieved a bit of pressure, as seating was first in first served for seating (ie no seat allocation) but we were not going to be bumped off to a later bus. However, they weigh baggage (why I dont know) but the scale said each case was over the 23kg. The option was to pay, take some stuff out and put it on the carry ...
... surrounding the stupa, not wanting to leave.
This time heeding local advice (unlike my last flight from Toronto to Kamloops), we left for the airport when suggested, which turned out to be sage advice. From the counter delays at China Eastern to the passport official who abruptly decided at 2pm it was time to end the day (apparently the short work day also extended to airport staff) we had little downtime in the airport before our flight.
Our trip today was the second leg of the Mountaineer train, from Kamloops to Vancouver, through the canyons, following the Thompson river today, yesterday we followed the Frazer river, today we saw where they meet, green water meets brown water showing the difference in colour due to the course it runs. The canyons had amazing colours from greys to oranges,bare mountains with little vegetation but each still displaying its own ...
... a little bit up front of our parents and we passed an open garden where a group of friends around their twenties were sitting and having fun. They invited us to play the worldwide-known beerpong game. As our parents were with us, we decided it not to be such a great idea, however we were positively surprised by the hospitality once again of the Canadians. Kamloops didn't seem to be such a horrible place after all. ;) ...