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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Knights Inn Kamloops
Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... happy and excited to be going on vacation. Some time later I noticed a bag on the seat next to us. We waited, alert but not alarmed. After a while, when no one came to claim it, and being well indoctrinated by the Washington and New York signs 'If you see something, say something', I wandered over to the security guard to let her know the bag was there. "Is it ticking?" she said with a smile. (We had already checked this out while moving a little ...
... you are on board and away! It all works like clockwork though and by the time you are ensconced in your glass topped rail car it is almost as if you are the only one on board. There are so many staff and every whim is catered for...information and commentary, food, drinks, conversation, blankets, pillows, hot towels, cold towels...it is endless. At the most basic level the day consists of magnificent panoramic views of constantly changing scenery, trips to the open ...
... and we will see you on the walk tomorrow with the rest of the team.
Today Tuesday was a lazy start to the day which had me laying in bed while Penny was up and off to Yoga before I was up. We then took a drive out to the Pumpkin Farm. They grow them especially for Thanks Giving which I think is this weekend in Canada and then its followed by Halloween at the end of the month. They also had a Corn Maze which I didn't attempt. We drove around the ...
... road it is hard to explain. You start with the high dry cliffs around Lillooet and then come to the edge of a beautiful glacial lake that feeds into a power station. Then you follow a rushing, rocky stream that was lined with Autumn trees. Then came the high mountains with some patches of snow in the distance. You then descend passing along a couple of lakes and eventually into the town of Pemberton. The road is very windy and you can usually only ...
We left Whistler feeling slightly nervous as this was as far as we had got on our actual planning for Canada. Apparently we like to fly by the seat of our pants. Who knew? Anyway the scenery that awaited us was beyond description. Mountains, lakes, rivers. Canada has them in abundance. And all of them look like they were designed for a post card shoot. So this might explain why we were slightly disappointed when we drove into our Kamloops campsite for ...