Sandman Hotel Penticton
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... room where no one said a word, into the next corridor... Hmmm only rooms, where is reception ... Back through another door and we were in the sitting room again?! Turned out the staff just didn't want to acknowledge our arrival and we were put in a room and told to check in in the morning! Up and checked it we headed out onto the streets of Kelowna. We first walked along the ...
... what if" or "wouldn't that be cool" over some beers at our University pub. The plans started to blossom and we both made some huge life decisions, and now here we are. Going to find our old selves again (at least we hope).
Vancouver -> Shanghai ->Bangkok
That is the route that will start our wonderful adventure. I cannot wait to update ...
... Okanagan Valley between Skaha Lake and Okanagan Lake. The plane parked next to the airport (a small building), just like a car - we got off and walked in to see people stood waiting! I saw Auntie Carol and Ash immediately and ran over to hug them! They brought a sign 'Welcome to the Okanagan Bex!' The conveyor belt for luggage then started - it was tiny they might as well have let us pick our suitcases off the plane ourselves haha! It ...
... is a Medium sized city with a relatively small population. The city is actually built around a beautiful lake blanketed between rolling Mountains either side, home to, no doubt, some of the more expensive properties. One of the first things I noticed was the sheer heat that meets you as you step off the plane. For the people that haven't been to Kelowna, I would compare the feeling to when you first step off the plane in Spain or ...
Saturday Oct 23/10
Was up and on the road, needed to put in at least 6 hours of driving today. From Sheridan, I went north into Montana and kept going northwest. The oil change indicator light came on (my car tells me when it's time for an oil change, sweet eh?) and I was eager to find a Honda Dealership. I wasn't sure how far I could drive still, tomorrow is a Sunday and it's a pain in the butt cause the ...