Sandman Inn Kamloops
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSandman Inn Kamloops
On the outside this hotel didn't look like much but the room we had had a kitchen two double beds and was a suprise inside
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Itinerary: "7/19/2014 Saturday Lake Okanagan Region Kamloops As you travel west through Salmon Arm and then south, you will enter the beautiful scenery of the Lake Okanagan region. The lake spreads over an impressive area of 91 miles in length and between 3 and 4 miles in width. Surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges, the crystal clear waters and …
... Massive rivers including the Bow river which supplies water to Calgary, the Columbus and the Eagle. Late in the day we came to Shuswap Lake, a massive expanse of water, about 1000kms in circumference with lovely holiday settlements and apparently regular houseboat holidays. At one end was the mouth of the Adams river where the red salmon swim to in order to spawn, swimming hundreds of miles upstream, and apparently the females lay ...
... it to post office (it was about 6:30 pm at this stage) and they rang and found an open post office for us. We gathered what needed posting and ran over - only to see it being shut as we arrived - Rob yelled out don't close, and the girl reopened, finally got the parcels posted - using surface mail - so they might get to Perth before us. After that we went down to listen to Swing in riverside park for a while before going back to the hotel for a drink and to share some sliders in the ...
What has really struck me on this journey, is the focus on first nation languages across New Mexico, Alaska and now Canada. Whilst none of the places I have visited profess to have all the answers they certainly are progressing with language immersion in their early childhood services. The similarities of historical and trans generational trauma across these regions and Australia are significant. The loss of language and culture and the focus on retaining these in ...
Loosing track of days now..the weather here in the Semi desert is stinking hot like an oven.. 35 degrees and no wind today..Went off for another Yoga session today !!! I think tomorrow I will be having difficulty walking..Penny has gone off to do a wine tour in Kewlona with Barb so I am home alone..
Its cherry season here and there is a heap of them massive big fat cherries so we are pigging ...