Sandman Hotel Kelowna
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... we are’, shoved down your throat. Impressive establishment, but not so much to our tastes.
It was now late afternoon. From here, we stopped briefly in town to a small market complex called Guisachan Market, which houses a bakery, deli, fish shop and other such shops, where we bought a feast of bread, salmon, charcuterie and cheese for tea. Having eaten heartily at lunch, we only wanted this type of meal (a posh party tea!), washed down ...
... feet into the lake.
We then drove to Kelowna going straight to Okanagan Lake. Okanogan Lake is different to other lakes as it is mainly filled from water surges from below the ground. First we got to go on a speed boat which was lots of fun doing spins and turns. After that we went on a houseboat which took us around much more leisurely.
It lasted about 2 hours and allowed us to get the views of the lake and its surroundings. Much the same ...
Snowboarding everyday, getting more and more confident. Working more not and getting tips. Busy period for work because of the lead up to Christmas. Went down to Kelowna to get my Samsung tablet with a Russian dude Marcel and Chris. On the way home Marcel picked up 3 guys from Wagga. Lauchlan Jackman knew Elle and Steve because he played for east Wagga. Small world! The boys came for a ...
... on time. Mom is really looking forward to seeing Jamie as she hasn't seen him in five weeks.
I am still concerned about mom's health and I will be glad when she can see her family doctor.
Today should be an easy drive - possibly four hours driving - giving us time for breaks. We did stop for an A&W picnic lunch in Revelstoke - quick and easy. At Sicamous, we were delayed about an hour due to a ...
... 120,000 people which is pretty large when you consider all the tiny towns that dot Canada. We did not see Joe’s cousin after we arrived as we were pretty tired from all the driving, especially Joe. We drove here on Hwy 395 to Hwy 3 then north on Hwy 33 which has about a million curves and high grades. He had to pay close attention to the road which makes it very tiring for him driving this monster RV of ours. ...