South Thompson Inn & Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsSouth Thompson Inn & Conference Center Kamloops
A lovely setting for the ranch. Very comfortable room with a verandah that overlooked the South Thompson river. Greast night.
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TripAdvisor Reviews South Thompson Inn & Conference Center Kamloops
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We boarded the Rocky Mountaineer train in Vancouver at 7:30 am on a cool damp Canadian morning. We were welcomed on board to the sound of bagpipes. Our first experience of the wonderful service on board this amazing train was to all be given hot flannels prior to being served a yummy breakfast., while we say goodbye to the magnificent city of …
ROCKY MOUNTAINEER TRAIN DAY 1
Had to be up and down in the hotel lobby by 6:30 am, so we actually seen the sunrise. Not good for holidays!
Onto a coach and out to the terminal, a large building where we were served orange juice then a bagpiper piped us onto the train. They turn up everywhere? The train has 23 carriages with 760 people on …
... was bright and was a lovely finish for the day. Kamloops started out as Fur trading post, then came the gold and timber after that, rail and then farming/beef.
Kamloops is Canada's only desert, you can tell by the salt bush about, and because the guide mentioned it. It is a green desert.30 C degrees last week.5 C degrees today.
Wonder what tomorrow will bring? Lots of pictures for those of you hanging out! Lol xx ...
... and then shared a bottle of Baileys over many stories and laughs. Kate, Ange and Noelene head off on the Rocky Mountaineer tomorrow and we head home.
How uncanny, this opportune catch up has happened to us twice where we have a one night overlap with friends who are travelling, once in Sydney, and now on the other side of the planet. It was a great catch up.
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... served in the separate dining room on board at too regular intervals. In fact, while one half of the carriage was at the appropriate time, the remaining half was given food just in case they could not possibly survive the hour to the meal! It would be totally rude to refuse the lovely young attendants their offerings, wouldn't it?
During the first day on board, we crossed the Continental Divide, descended the Spiral tunnels past many glaciers ( which I learned are ...