The Royal Anne Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... 5 hours in relation to our last bus journey. I usually use the bus journeys to upload pictures to my iPad, write my travel blog, do some research and have the occasional nap if I'm lucky. One thing I would say about taking the Greyhound besides how cheap it is in comparison to the trains, the scenery on the journey is amazing, we got to see the Canadian Rockies at some point near Banff, covered in snow and tall ...
... beautiful houses on the other and one of them was where we were staying with Mimi's parents, Bobbie and Duncan. Their house looked right over the river and the sun shining made the view that much more amazing. Bobbie and Duncan took us around their fruit and vegetable garden where we picked some fresh produce for tonights dinner, the best way to eat!
He then introduced us to his collection of cars, a 71 Plymouth and 69 ...
... campground, which was literally in a lady's backyard! It was so nice, there was only about 8 sites but each had fresh flowers and easy access to the chicken coop to pick eggs each morning. Leslie, the lady who owned the farm had a huge vegetable garden as well for us to pick and collect veggies for lunch and dinner. We even got to eat the eggs we had taken from the coop that morning!
Kelowna is known for their wineries and we sure went to a lot ...
... eating snags and lamingtons. Still having blue sunny days! Not enough snow unfortunately. It's getting pretty icey and we are losing motivation to ride everyday. Once snow comes our morale should shoot through the roof. Bree and dusty selected Vance joys, riptide to be number one so went in the draw to win a snowboard but unfortunately both didn't get it ...
... which were always so exciting to drive through as a child! It's always nostalgic winding through the Rockies, is it because I sense home close by or happy memories invading my thoughts? Perhaps both! We stop to enjoy a leisurely lunch of Indian food in Revelstoke and then we are off. Traffic moves along steadily and the weather is perfect until we arrive a few kilometres from home and the sky opens up and a tremendous rain hits! We arrive safe and sound at the end of an epic 20,000 km ...