Travelodge City Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 ...
... construct concrete fishways that slow the speed of the river so spawning salmon can travel upstream. It took 30 years to develop and two years to construct this solution to the problem. Having knowledge of this preservation effort for a clueless person like me, who happens to love salmon, is humbling. Lunch around 1:00 today included: a tomato, goat cheese and chive salad with Dijon dressing, a whole wheat roll, braised Alberta beef short ribs, garlic mashed ...
... wildlife to keep us interested.
Some of the Eagle and Osprey nests only meters from our window perched on the top of telegraph poles..
At one stage we were stopped and Carolynn just had to take a photo of cattle that wandered over to check us out..
There is an open balcony at the back of each car where you can have an even more imersive experience
Finally we arrived at Kamloops for ...
... but only 2 are fertilised and grow to salmons, pretty poor odds! Once the salmon do their thing they die and allegedly the river is red with the dying fish, which are then cleaned up by all kinds of wildlife, including bears. The circle of life indeed! We had a short stay in Kamloops which seems to be a mainly commercial area and set off for Vancouver seeing deer, bald eagles and mountain sheep scattered along the way, with quite ...
... us all about the other guests who were staying there, where they were from, how long they were staying. By the time he left us to settle in our room Jack and I couldn’t help but laugh! How random! But this is what it’s all about and we wouldn’t want it any other way. He actually turned out to be a very accommodating and nice old man and despite his age spent most of his days sat in front of his computer loudly reciting Spanish phrases into ...