Travelodge City Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Thompson River through to Kamloops.
Early in our journey we went through two spiral tunnels, the lower and the upper. On each we we exited 56 feet below and on the lower we went 230 degrees to the left and on the upper 230 degrees to the right. 700,000 tonnes of rock was excavated for the two spiral tunnels at a cost of 1.8 million dollars. The spiral tunnels were completed in 1909, so it would have certainly been a lot of ...
... on the moment we left our drive way and I wasn't sure that it would be worth the cost - but oh my gosh it has been pretty cool. We have driven the coquihala many times and could have been the worst piece of the trek but we learnt so many things that we had no idea about. I highly highly recommend this! Even Bo liked it. We reached Kamloops at 11:30pm and dry camped in a Walmart parking lot with other rv's. Glad a gentleman at ...
... the all aboard whistle. Sad but a real joy to know corporations care and a time his Mum will treasure.To quick to photograph we passed by a duck dribbling its bill over a large salmon laying on its back,bald eagles but I did manage a photo of 2 groups riding the rapids and sheep which is Canadian for goat !! A brief stroll around Kamloops listened to music in the park then ...
... the highest point in the Rockies. It was in cloud when we got there, but as it was lunch time we stopped for lunch and just as we finished the top popped out of the clouds for a few brief moments before going back into cloud.
As we drove on the views started to get less dramatic but were still nice as we passed through the North Thompson Valley. We had read on forums that we should go to Wells Gray Park to see Helmcken Falls (4th biggest ...
... quickly called for breakfast. The dining area was downstairs on the train, and whilst we had been promised freshly prepared food, we weren't quite sure what to expect. We were on a train after all! We had spied the little galley kitchen at the end of the car though, which gave us hope that the talk of a dedicated onboard chef was serious, rather than the UK sandwich making equivalent! As soon as we sat down for breakfast though, we ...