Sandman Inn & Suites Vernon
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Travel Blogs from Vernon
... pacific snow storms (google it seriously).
It was in a town aptly named Hope that Shan thought it be a good idea I do my first stint of driving.. mind you he had driven the last 2000kms (good boy!!) About 20 or so kms from Hope is the Coquihalla and it was snowing quite hard.. and it was dark.. and I was driving a car about 20 times the size of my swift.. and I just had a red bull.. and I was driving on the other side of the road.. and I didnt know the road ...
... situations a couple of times.
PACKING: Although I resolve to do this on every trip, I really must get serious about “packing light” next year. It’s not that I couldn’t handle my large Osprey Backpack, but even short trips from the station to the hotels or to the Bus were an effort. I tend to prefer my smaller Eagle Creek Backpack, as I find it more comfortable and it just seems to “fit” better. ...
... A CBSA officer had detained a group from what appeared to be south Asia or the middle east in a side stairwell, and was counting from a wad of $100 bills as thick as my fist. It seemed a bit unusual for this to be taking place at the departures gate.
After getting seated on the plane, I discovered much to my delight that once again there was no one seated beside me so I had both seats to myself (seating on this Air Canada 330-300 aircraft is 2-3-2). ...
... to Banff from Kelowna through the Canadian rockies was as amazing and stunning as I remember from my trip with Karine and Sylvia 15 years ago. So many beautiful snow capped mountains with fresh snow and lakes with all the pine and Aspen trees. It will be seriously hard for any US National Park to match from a mountain scenery and vista perspective.
Zach was once again perfect in the car with his 2 hour sleep and use of iPad he barely made a peep for ...
... I got paired with another Jessica, who is on the same tour as me, and she is travelling with 2 other girls, so I’ve been hanging around with them.
On our first day, on our way to Bahston, we stopped in Connecticut, at Yale. We didn’t get to see much of it, as it was a quick stop, but I picked up a prospectus! Their buildings are pretty, too. I think it’s more than $50,000 a year including housing etc. to go there. However, if it’s similar to Hahvahd, 2/3 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility