Skyline Motel Kamloops
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... complete with hot tubs. Prices range from $300 night to $7000 for the large ones that sleep 24 people.
... on to Kamloops, consistently named Canada's friendliest city."
Our Journal: Got up around 5:30 and put the bags outside of our room for pickup at 7:30. Boarded the bus at 8:15. Left Revelstoke at 8:45 it was raining. First stop was Lake Shuswap, second stop was Log Barn (goat feeding). Saw a Home Depot in Vernon. Had lunch there got a meal at Safeway and ate outside. ...
... the chef brought up some freshly baked cookies to soothe our stomachs. We eventually pulled into Kamloops at about 9.30pm, past the Roman Catholic church and the war cemetery, and drew into the station to the salute of the local mounted police.
Off the train and onto the coach, we were at the hotel within 15 minutes. They had already pre-checked us in and given us our keys and the luggage was already in our room. It’s been a long day so time for some ...
... but only 2 are fertilised and grow to salmons, pretty poor odds! Once the salmon do their thing they die and allegedly the river is red with the dying fish, which are then cleaned up by all kinds of wildlife, including bears. The circle of life indeed! We had a short stay in Kamloops which seems to be a mainly commercial area and set off for Vancouver seeing deer, bald eagles and mountain sheep scattered along the way, with quite ...
... br> We don't really stand in a position to complain, however. Here we are, with season's passes to a fantastic ski resort awaiting our return, when we'll also start skate skiing at a host of local nordic clubs and resorts. We've also just finished a season of mountain biking and hiking all over British Columbia. Still, our passports and backpacks called our names...all the way to Nepal.
If you had told me several years ago that I'd be planning ...