Sandalwood Inn

3377 Lakeshore Road, Kelowna, British Columbia, V1W 3S9, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kelowna

Vernon, BC (too many Bruces!!)

A travel blog entry by ruth.parent

5

... just as we were about to go out for a walk, we experienced a rare shower and overcast skies. When we returned the Bruce and Linda's, we were welcomed by their son Scott and his two daughters, so I was able to be a meme for a while. We were treated to a classical guitar concert in the ...

Changing places

A travel blog entry by ruth.parent

3

After breakfast Ruth and Bruce went canoeing along the lake with Peggy leading in her kayak. Said goodbye to our wonderful hosts Dave & Peggy and headed to Vernon, about 2 hours away. Stopped in Salmon Arm for lunch before arriving at Bruce & Linda Andrews' home in Vernon. Linda is originally from Windsor and with her family used to pick tomatoes at Les and Lorette's ...

Back on the horse!

A travel blog entry by suerussdrury

5
10

... my skies buried under me and I couldn't get up and I couldn't get my skies off. No one stopped to help the old dear, I just had to wriggle around until I could finally get my skies off and get myself up. I wasn't born to be a skier. We all met at home for lunch and again off they all went and again I went to my slope, by myself. Later in the afternoon, Russ, ...

Ferry's, Bears, Cougars and Mad Drivers

A travel blog entry by dmoar

5
8

... that they still transport the logs by floating them from location to location.

We motored on towards Kelowna and through some tight and twisty roads. The weather deteriorated and the rain was quite steady. Leisa had assumed the back seat which is basically a lounge with pillows and was quickly snoozing. It was about now that another driver decided she had had enough sleep. I thought it was me who had a problem staying on the right side of the ...

Cycling the trestles in Myra Canyon

A travel blog entry by mclennan

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The Kettle Valley Rail trail is an old abandoned railroad line that runs through BC. It is mostly used now by hikers and cyclists. There is a fantastic stretch of the trail that includes 18 freakishly high trestles to cross over a span of 7 kilometers (one way). They are so high your knees ...

Location

This hotel, located in the South Pandosy - K.L.O. area of Kelowna, is near City Park, Father Pandosy Mission, Kelowna Centennial Museum, and Pinot Reach Cellars.
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