Riverland Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
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... Gold Leaf service cars, whereas the hosts and hostesses in the Silver Leaf are veterans. So, all else being equal and based upon our experience with Carlo (a four-year veteran) and Michelle (a 14-year veteran), our choice of the Silver Leaf level service (a recommendation of our travel agent) seemed to be a good one. Yet, we did wonder about the Gold Leaf experience and the cost difference. As our trip began, we passed St. Joseph's Church. Our host, Carlo, told us ...
... variety of the same at home, but we don't see anything past Weetbix! It was interesting to see food labelled in French as well as English. Noticed on frozen octopus "jeune" in the French text. That caught my eye as Phil and Jan live in Jeune Drive. Have you ever checked the name out Phil? Interesting.
Ron works in the bush driving heavy machinery building logging roads, even through the winter. In various areas pine trees ...
Ready to leave once again by 6 am! Headed out of Kamloops and towards the East. The scenery became lush and the mountains taller, many still snow capped. Viewed the last spike of the transcontinental Canadian railway, placed in 1885 welding Canada from east to west! Passed through Revelstoke, BC which gets an average of 49 feet of snow per year! I will now stop complaining ...
... staff and chefs .
As we've heard, the food is a feature of the Rocky Mountaineer. It was superb, with a selection of menu options, 2 course breakfast and three course lunch - very gourmet and good size servings. To deal with the number of people on each carriage there are two meal sittings. If you are on the second sitting you get an extra course to make sure you don't get hungry while you wait. Each carriage has it's own kitchen with two ...
... sports ground facilities.
Both back to full strength, the following day we decided to embark on a 9km medium trail up a nearby mountain, which gave us fantastic views of the city. We then took a drive into the countryside to checkout a 'free' decommissioned government campsite which was recommended to us by a passing solo camper. We ended up missing the site (no sign posting for a decommissioned site apparently) and spent the next 30 ...