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Travel Blogs from Kamloops
We boarded the Rocky Mountaineer at 7.30am in Vancouver. The check-in and boarding was really well organised and the train was massive, I reckon it was about 30 carriages long! The Red Leaf class that we were in was really comfortable, so much so that I had no trouble sleeping - however as Kelly reminds me i managed to sleep on a …
... never really fell asleep. I finally gave up, and turned the entertainment system back on. Two movies and breakfast later...we were descending into New York City. This flight took about 8 hours and 15 minutes. The plan was to grab a taxi and head back to Zach's place in Brooklyn, the catch was that Noah wakes up at 7:30 so to try and arrive after that. Having landed at 6 AM, I had lots of time to grab my suitcase and find my cab. In fact, the suitcases came out quite early, it ...
"To me, every hour of the day and night is an unspeakably perfect miracle."
- Walt Whitman
Today we travel westward and head through some of Canada's most beautiful land. I think of it this way- what we have already seen in these parts of Alberta is commercially developed – even the Icefield in part. Tourists come to enjoy the amenities and the parks with theirs mountains, ice fields, lakes, rivers and ...
Up early couldn't see as somehow last night when Iogged off the blog I lost half of yesterdays entry so had to re-enter today. I let Richard sleep in while I did the blog.
We are now getting experts at packing up and checking rooms before we leave each town. Whistler is a place where it always seems to be raining every morning but once you get to the outskirts the drizzle stops and the sun tries to come out through ...
... by an adult. Ridiculous!! We move to another area of the Hotel where Tia is allowed.
At about 8.30pm we walk to a local Japanese restaurant, the Red Lantern for dinner. Ya and I not very impressed, but ‘Food Snob’ and Pu like it. Tia is exhausted and at about 10.45pm we leave. Car and Pu have a drink on our very large balcony overlooking the Harbour and us three girls go to bed. We will explore Vancouver tomorrow. Goodnight. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility