Sandman Hotel Kelowna
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... when we arrived it was closed, so we didn't get to see the market but still had a wander around and went for dinner at the Vancouver Fish Company, a restaurant on the front. We both had fish & chips which were amazing, so tasty!! Once we finished dinner we just headed back to the hostel. Around 9pm we went down to the hostel bar The Beaver for a comedy night which was horrendous! Not funny at all! So early night for ...
... and one red. We both enjoyed their (signature) Pino Gris best and ended up buying a bottle to enjoy later in our travels. We then went on a tour of the estate with a guide telling us a bit about the history and also the production of wine here. It was actually pretty interesting and the estate is set on a beautiful slope over-looking the lake. A perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon. Everything about the setup seemed quite honest and it just felt like ...
... us stay with them and it was fantastic.. night one with them was Valentines day so we decided to go watch the Kelowna Rockets ice hockey team (super romantic right!) and it was a really fun night, they ended up winning with about 25 seconds to go in the third, not quite like watching the NHL but it gave us our first hockey fix for the trip!
Saturday we hit up one of the local resorts, Big White, the closest to Kelowna about a 45 minute drive away. Big ...
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 ...
... could have easily been the best sunset I have ever witnessed. The colours were vibrant and made the sky look like it was on fire. Deep oranges, reds, pinks and purples, all harmoniously intertwined in the night sky and shimmering across the surface of the Lake. No camera filter or fancy settings were requjred to take the most magical sunset photo. During our walk Ro remarked on the dramatic changes that have taken place since his last visit here in 2008. There is now a permanent ...