Prestige Hotel Vernon
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we had a couple of days to settle in we were anxious to visit our Besties in Penticton again, so we headed out on the 18th. On the way there we stopped in at Kelowna for a Costco run. We got there before Costco opened so had to have coffee at Tim Horton’s. Tried their new dark roasted coffee and really liked it, so we bought a box of Keurig pucks to have during our visit in Penticton. At Costco we picked up some supplies for Denise and Darlene and got ...
... route so I will include a brief summary of the trip.
The Taxi arrived precisely at 12:15 as arranged, and the ride to the airport was quiet and uneventful. The driver went a bit slower than I would have, but the ride didn't take long. I got a shock when went to check-in at the Air Canada counter at YLW, as I have so many times in the past. Rather than having several agents processing passengers, they now have four Kiosks and two agents. ...
... more beauty of the slocan valley, making it to our next hosts just outside Nelson. They are a young couple with a tiny baby living on a land coop in a piece of forested hillside land. There are 6 families living there on an acre each, leading a nice community life but plenty of individual time. We were camping and spent our days helpi.g with the garden but also the initial stages of their dream home build. This was ...
... firewood from other campsites that had left it, win to us. Today we took off for Kamloops, one of our final stops before Whistler. We will again be on the hunt for bikes to go with our fabulous new helmets and hit some trails here. I must admit I am getting a little homesick for my furry babies Lily & Keiko and I miss my garden. The nice weather, bike riding and good company should get me through the next 2 months. We are now halfway through this trip! ...
... seems like sheer idiocy in the peak summer travel season. This would appear to be another example of a phrase we often used at Union meetings - “one can’t interfere with management’s right to mismanage their own affairs”.
My new departure gate was listed as D55, but when I got there I found the doors securely locked. I asked an Air Canada staff member and they said “they’ll open the doors about 45 minutes ...