Sandman Inn & Suites Vernon
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... It was a bit spicy and I was thinking I should have ordered the other choice. As on the flight to Europe, the Flight Attendants brought hot towels to Premium Economy customers several times during the flight (usually before meals).
About three hours after the flight had departed LHR, there was a “Deja Vu” moment when there was an announcement on the PA system requesting a Physician or medical personnel to take care of a problem with ...
... with a tree branch. The park really needs to get these trees trimmed.
September 8th we spent a good portion of the day waiting for the Ford dealer to determine a shifting problem with the car. The Focus was diagnosed with a clutch problem at the dealer’s service department. Fortunately it is a known issue and will be covered under warranty. We can’t have the work done in time to make our scheduled trip to the Okanagan so the work will ...
... only the driver and I in that large nine passenger van, which seemed strange. However it was a pleasant drive home and I was sure glad to finally pull into the driveway after about 20 hours+ of travel, as I was really tired!
After dropping my packs, I got my car keys and stopped at the corner store for some milk and orange juice, and then to Subway to get some dinner. Finally the ordeal was over and I could relax.
The next morning I was forced ...
After breakfast Ruth and Bruce went canoeing along the lake with Peggy leading in her kayak. Said goodbye to our wonderful hosts Dave & Peggy and headed to Vernon, about 2 hours away. Stopped in Salmon Arm for lunch before arriving at Bruce & Linda Andrews' home in Vernon. Linda is originally from Windsor and with her family used to pick tomatoes at Les and Lorette's ...
When we first arrived in Vernon, we were both holding high hopes that Bessy would make it, the heat was intense and Matt had to cradle her into town. We had come out of the mountains, saying goodbye to the cooler 25-30 degree temperatures and into British Columia's food bowl - the Okanagan Valley. It's the land of the lakes. Beaches here are the rocky shores of the huge lakes. People own boat houses and holiday homes which line the shores. Boating, ...