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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We have settled back in Kamloops and are enjoying the comforts of home. We arrived here a few days ago and are finding to it hard to get motivated to move on. Lynne has been extremely busy looking after her parents and getting ready to go back to school. Mike has just come back from Castlegar, where he works, for his four days off. It is all go in this family.
We have been to the shops and I have had my hiar cut and dyed, as it was looking ...
We are back on the road today after a brilliant week in vancover. I'm very sad we have started our journey home. On the plus side we went for coffee down to road before we set off. All full of caffeine and waffles we hit the road. Beano making most of the conversation about Russia, black spider man and frogs. We all know about the life cycle of frogs now, which you never know when you may ...
... 4 local wines, all of which were great.
Not only did we have a great view from upstairs, with the height advantage and the curved glass roof, but we also had the balcony area at the back, fully open for fresh air and a view without having to look through glass.
For a lot of the way, the trains have something called 'directional running'. There are two train companies that originally built tracks through the rockies. ...
... We are now about 50klms from Vancouver. It took us over 1 hour to pull into the Station. John was amazed. Then we needed to reverse once the line was changed. Have also realised that I left the Aust Adapter in the Kamloops Hotel. Bugger! Our Tour Director will sell me one tomorrow WiFi in Lobby here. John is finishing his light meal. Next 3 nights in this lovely hotel. We are on the 10 th floor. Early to tuck in. Explore and do sme walking tomorrow. ...
... would happen on the one day that I was not in a rush. I grabbed a fruit salad, then headed out of JFK to the taxi lane. I found my cab soon after, my driver was an East Indian fellow named Rocky (something tells me that's not his real name). Rocky explained to me how the taxi system worked. He leases the cab for $110 a day. He is committed for the week, so if he takes a day off it doesn't matter. The week will cost him $770. Once gas is included in, he needs about $160 per day ...