Sandman Hotel Kelowna
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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Sooo my vision of Kelowna was this small town with a couple of shops and a little quirky ... So when the greyhound pulled up at a huge garage in the car dealers district I was a little shocked. We hopped in a taxi (only because it was the only way out of the estate) and travelled ten mins down the highway to our hostel - Kelowna International... Walking through the door we passed through ...
On Saturday 20th September we drove from Banff to Kelowna which was on the way to Vancouver. It was a long 6.5hr drive and we left pretty early to make sure we got there at a decent time. Mimi (who we stayed with in Fort McMurray) said we were welcome to stay with her parents in Kelowna so we made arrangements to stay there the night.
The drive to Kelowna was half through the national parks then half in farm land and pretty ...
... a little confusing with both of us taking a wrong run and ending up at a different lift multiple times! Lucky for us the mountain isnt that big!
The back side of Silverstar is very good and as it caters for advanced riders only not many people out there probably 50 when we were there! The trees on Silverstar are wayy to tight in many spots to ride which sucks cause it could be an epic place to ride instead of just good, oh well what could have been..
... is strange. Usually it's on at midday in Aus and everyone is hungover by the pool or on the deck or playing backyard cricket. But it was kinda cool it was on while we went out. The next morning Bree and I slept through the bikini run, woops! We missed out on the fun but pleased we didn't need to get our rigs out! Spent the rest of the day in the sun at Raaks ...
... above 1200 metres we recall that the highest we travelled in Newfoundland was 211 metres! Wow, wouldn't the Newfies be awestruck by the mountains here in comparison to the Long Range Mountains of Newfoundland! A completely different kind of majestic! As we meander through Glacier National Park we encounter delays due to rock slides and crews working on the cleanup! We climb to the summit of the Rogers Pass at 1330 metres and then start the steady decline! There are the old snow ...