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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... for a wine tour. They will be away for six days. They seem to go away on a girls trip every couple of weeks. Retirement is certainly full of fun.
Ben is due home tomorrow. He works in Red Deer but went to Victoria to play rugby. He ended up breaking his nose and has been in and out of the hospital/doctors but is now all fixed up. He has got extra time off work so will come to Kamloops on his way to Calgary. We will miss him as we are heading off ...
... us what a Grizzly looked like .... bit sad in captivity (see review). Came back to town for a Subway and a walk in the riverside park where they have nightly concerts during summer. Beach was a scream ... 2 lifeguards standing watch over 3 swimmers and hardly a ripple in the river! Lovely Greek Dinner opposite hotel (huge servings) and off to bed .... hard sleeping when sun doesn't go down until after 10 each night ! ...
... of tomato salad and a choice of Chicken with Mango chutney or braised Alberta beef. As we are dining we notice the terrain changing with a more desert feeling and we now start to follow the Thompson river and pass through Cisco Crossing, Lytton, Rainbow Canyon and Avalanche Alley. Throughout Avalanche Alley there are 'sheds' and tunnels, where the avalanche runs over the top of these unit, thus not blocking the railway track. In other sections, there are posts and wiring creating ...
... long day but we were well compensated by wonderful views, and great service. We also met other interesting travellers including some twins from Northern Ireland, now living and working in Dundee in Scotland. We suggested they should support Celtic in deference to Steve, but they were not really into the sports scene. The trees are lovely, thick forests of pine, spruce and what the Canadians call quivering aspen, but we know as ...
Thanks to Peggy for braving the roads and taking us to the airport. Of course our plane was delayed by about an hour, since it was late leaving calgary. The cafeteria made some delicious yam fries and aioli which we chowed on. Probably the best way to start a ...