Naramata Heritage Inn & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... by the same people for 40 years. It's a pristine spot - quiet, peaceful, on a lake, with cabins and rooms to rent...camping is also available.
We both commented that some new ideas are needed here to make it a viable business. Everything is old and run down, but the owners are emotionally attached to it. They are looking for a buyer to continue what they started, I think. Doreen's husband is not that we'll, many injuries over the years, Parkinson's...so sad ...
Monday was a holiday here so most things were closed. We had a slow start and a quiet morning. The boys and i set up a game of badminton in the yard which was fun. There was also horseshoes, boulles, and velcro ball catch. It was nice to get outside and have some fun with the kids. Tuesday we headed into Penticton, we rented some bikes for the boys, had Carls Jr for lunch, did some jobs in Walmart and then headed back out ...
... from grand masters to famous cartoon characters. Rubens and Van Dyck lived in Antwerp. Brussels has a museum dedicated solely to the comic-strip hero Tintin.
Now here’s an interesting fact that I discovered …. Belgium proudly has one of the lowest proportion of McDonald's restaurants per inhabitant in the developed world, with only 0.062 per 10,000 people, or 7 times less than the North ...
... taste like dead animals seriously)
Ryan, my boss, also asked me to translate the
self-guided tour of 4 pages O_O. So much pressure, he really trusts me to do
this task (he’s the only one). My English is not perfect and my French too!
I had a lot of other fails, but that’s enough...Shame...I
will try to avoid failures next week...I need to.
Today was a day off. No alarm, no worries… Canadians say “no worries” a lot. Quite a bit. I mean, like, all the time dude.
We went grocery shopping, did laundry, took a long nap, smoked a $50 cuban cigar (totally not worth it) and had left over Spaghetti Factory food for dinner.
We went to bed early.