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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... served in the dining room downstairs – and certainly no one could be hungry. (We decided to skip dinner tonight in fact as we didn’t need any more of anything!!!). Not only the catering, but the attendants were fun and friendly and there was a ‘good time’ atmosphere throughout the day. The train left Banff after 8.00 am and arrived at Kamloops, 7.15 pm. It was a
gentle ride and often ...
... bedrooms are. This is great for visitors. Jenny is staying in Penny's basement for a few days.
Everyone brought along a dish so we feasted on far too much food.Beverley brought along two slices- one the nanaimo slice and the other the milobar slice which the recipe was the result of a competition to create a Kamloops slice. It is called Milobar after the mayor but I think I will call it the Kamloops slice.There was a vote ...
... our watches forward one hour; we are now only seven hours behind UK.
We had another great day on the train travelling a distance of 274 miles, and have seen Black bear, Mountain sheep (looks a bit like a goat with big curly horns), Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, and Ospreys. Alas all good things must come to an end, as we arrive in Jasper and say a fond farewell to the Rocky Mountaineer after two ...
... trees, deciduous trees...boring. Bud was blowing people off of the road. At one point we were going 123 km per hour...that's really fast...I think. I attempted to distract myself with iPad games but they were boring too. Another gas fill up since the next filling station was 235 km...ugh! I actually saw cars with extra gas cans bungee corded to the top of their car.
We stopped for a few minutes ...
... River behind and follow the Thompson from now on.
We have left behind the temperate climate and rainforests of Vancouver and are now in hot, arid desert area. In Rainbow Canyon the minerals in the rocks reflect many colours giving the canyon a painted look. Copper turns green and purple when oxidised while iron turns orange and red and the yellow is due to sulphur deposits. The banks of the Thompson River become quite steep round here and the ...