Riverland Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Riverland Inn & Suites Kamloops
Travel Blogs from Kamloops
We woke up this morning to clear and sunny skies, and although it was only 46 degrees when we left the hotel at 8:15, the day looked very promising. As a matter of fact, by the time we got to our hotel, it was over 90 degrees and a wardrobe change was required mid-way through. After our usual morning routine, we headed north to Lake Louise for another try at seeing a place I had heard of from my parents, who visited there in 1954. And it certainly did ...
... First part through urban and industrial but then along the Fraser River valley. Second sitting for breakfast, which finished at 1030. Scotch delivered at 1115 and am sipping it while looking at the river with snow capped hills on the other side. River is fast flowing; good to canoe down. We passed Hell's Gate, which is the narrowest part of the Fraser, only 34 metres wide. More water flows through there ...
... coloured leaves. We had a wander around looking at all the great shapes in the gords( can't spell it). We had pumpkin and apple soup which combines both the apples and the pumpkins. The sun was shining, so it was a great afternoon.
The countryside is so green but they have harvested all the hay and baled it ready for the coming Winter when all the stock moves inside.
By the time I got home I was ready for a rest and we decided not to go ...
... goodbye as the train left the station. Food on the train was great, as was the scenery. As we approached Kamloops, we were surprised at how dry the terrain was. It looked like Arizona. Cindy skipped dinner and missed a charming little local restaurant called ...
... of vegetation moved to support more than the blue dusty tumble weed like brush. Just before we started to see the lumber companies that late morning we were seeing more and more deciduous trees. The Land shapes Changed fron the desert like cut to the mountains around us, and as the seemed to move farther away, the harsher cut of the newer mountains could just be made out on the ...