Travelodge City Centre
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Photos of Travelodge City Centre
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Travelodge City Centre Kamloops
Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... up going out for dinner at "Milestones". We had a great meal and came home stuffed and tired.
On Thursday, I organised to meet up with Pam Carnie. Pam has retired but like all retired people is busier than ever. I was lucky to get her at home as they have their son getting married in Nanaimo next weekend and then they are off to Arizona when the get back from the wedding. Many retirees from Canada head south for the winter as it is ...
... the west coast to almost arid desert a few hours inland, not what we expected from the brochures. We saw a few wild animals, long horned sheep and bold eagles, no bears yet.
Kamloops is a medium sized town about 90,000 and is quite green considering the low rainfall in the area. Donkey had to get his photo taken with his friends in the park. We have another early start and a longer journey tomorrow.
... the bagpipes were played (which was odd but fun) and then the 'all aboard' train whistle was blown and we all headed through to board. The first thing that struck us was the size of the train carriages - far wider and probably double the height of those in the UK. As soon as we boarded we could see that we were in for a treat!
Once we'd boarded and met the team of people who'd be looking after us, we headed out of Vancouver ...
... over 2 miles long. The trains are s-l-o-w. We got behind a freight train and couldn't go more than 5 miles per hour for miles. We have gone about 300 miles today and it took 10 hours - that averages to 30 miles per hour. Jeff likened it to the Bataan Death March. When we look around, we seem to be the only people that are in a hurry. Most of the passengers are Australians or Europeans... Are Americans so much more in a hurry than other nations?? We saw 2 ...
... goodness. I was glad to get rid of my fleece pants and long-sleeved shirt.
We headed for Paul Lake Park, thinking we would camp there tonight. However, once we got there, we found that it was really not on the lake; however, we were able to drive to the beach area and park the RV without crowding any of the many visitors. The water was much warmer than what Torston encountered outside of Crater Lake. He ...