How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Knights Inn
TripAdvisor Reviews Knights Inn Kamloops
Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... scrap the ice off the car Windows's and heat it up before we could even drive today and it's buried again tonight already , unbelievable amount of snow fall. Jaidon had quote of the day after Rach returned with an ice crystal off a tree nearby . They put it in a drink container and after it melted Jaidon picked it up,and turned to us all and said " unreal snow is pure water" .....we have been giving him heaps since then ! See ya The crew ...
... any kind of berry you want! Berry nice! Needless to say, we were happy to finally arrive at the Vancouver Train Station at 9:00 p.m.! After picking up our luggage, transferring to a cab waiting for us and traveling about 25 minutes, we arrived at the Century Plaza Hotel for our one-night stay in Vancouver. Once again, our arrival and transfer was a seamless effort on the part of the Rocky Mountaineer. We continue to be amazed at the quality of service, organization and ...
... like Mission and Yale, and moved into the Fraser Valley where we could see a variety of crops growing alongside the track including berries, vegetables, orchards, bulbs, hops, seedlings and Christmas trees.
We travelled on through some glorious scenery with the flat lands giving way to tree covered mountains. Before we knew it it was lunch time and we were called down for our first sitting lunch. We shared a table with Tom and Sue and were ...
... rain all day.
However our guide did say we would see a lot of trees today.
Seen some Beaver homes, which as instructed, Nev took photo of. Still bear country, but after big lunch and unlimited alcoholic beverages, a lot of dozing is going on, not much bear spotting! Just passed through ClearWater...
Sun came out this afternoon, just as we were coming into Kamloops, our destination for today.
So although ...
... also an automatic which makes it a little less predictable than the manual gear box I'm used to. BUT... it does have the oomph when its needed, it just takes a moment in thinking about it! Given the initial option was a Chevrolet Spark however and we were planning on doing around 2000km+ whilst we're over here there really wasn't a choice... the Fusion won hands down!
So - driving on the wrong side of the road - not too bad once you're used ...