Sandman Inn & Suites Vernon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had torn off one of his toenails and had to hobble around on a bandaged foot the entire time we were there. The next day we drove all around Penticton, saw the downtown area and had lunch at the Copper Mug Pub. The nachos were wonderful and the beer mugs were enormous. The pub is billed as the oldest in Penticton. That night we were treated to a rib roast done on the BBQ rotisserie, with roasted veggies and potatoes. I ate far too much, as usual.
After a couple ...
... 8217;s not hard to fill a Dash 8 so not surprising. On arrival in Calgary, I was pleased to find that I was able to bypass security and go directly to the gate for my next flight. While I was waiting, I chatted with a young family from Kazakhstan that had been on my flight from Kelowna, a couple that were heading for Nice to take a river cruise in southern France and a guy from Bilbao (ES) who is now living in Revelstoke.
As I boarded the ...
Ready or not it was time to hit the road! We left Vancouver May 27th at 11am bound for Kekuli Bay Provincial Park near Vernon. (440km). A mix of sun & cloud made for a good day to set out as that night it snowed on the Coquilhalla summit. Kekuli is a great campsite with ...
... comfortable using it this year, which I did as much as possible. Surprisingly I got some compliments and raised eyebrows when I was speaking, especially from one of the hotel staff in Ravenna (I’m assuming they were just being kind, but I’m sure they appreciated the effort).
It was great to be back in Florence after an absence of a few years, and I very much enjoyed my time there. The day trip to the Cinque Terre was ...
... hungry by this time so stopped at a small “health food” snack bar but found it was dreadfully overpriced. They wanted $10 for a Turkey sandwich ad there’s no way I was going to pay that. I commented on the high price to a girl standing nearby and she just shrugged her shoulders and said “welcome to Toronto”. I found another place nearby and got a Burger with Greek salad for a better price.
Unfortunately when I got ...