South Thompson Inn & Conference Center
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A long drive today but one which took us from the lush green of the mountains and valleys of Whistler to the semi arid almost desert like landscape of Kamloops.
The day started with us having to change the hire car. It appears we were given the ultimate insult by Avis when they down graded our car in Vancouver and gave us a compact instead …
Today we drove from Jasper to Kamloops.
The drive was interesting, the most important thing we saw today was a BEAR!!!! (photo to come later)
anyway after our long drive we made it to Kamloops, we didn't really enter the town we stayed at the South Thompson Inn Guest Ranch, a trip back in time with Southern hospitatility
... parents' friends). He was dying to get involved. He went outside and gradually inched closer and closer. Pretty soon, he was being allowed to take some turns for either side. He's pretty good at it. Two balls at either end of a cord are tossed at a ladder. If the balls wrap around the top rung, that's 2 points. If they wrap around the middle rung, that's 3 points. If they wrap around the bottom rung, that's 1 point. ...
... tea. Seven layer dip is a new favourite - re-fried beans, guacamole, salsa, sour cream, cheese, olives and spring onion. That evening we got our much need swim and the big kid in Ben threw himself down the water slide over and over! I banged out 50 lengths (it was a tiny pool) and we spent the rest of the evening feeling excited about moving into our new flat at Big White the next ...
... just watching but the people on the rides were have a fabulous time!
We had a day off from sightseeing and lazed around in the casino area till it was time to go to the airport. The flight into Vancouver was an hour late but we still managed to arrive safely.
More from me in a couple of days.
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How has this hotel rated in the past?
A lovely setting for the ranch. Very comfortable room with a verandah that overlooked the South Thompson river. Greast night.
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