South Thompson Inn & Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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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 …
... there, as it was the opening day. The sockeye really stand out as they are red with green heads. We went the way that we have been before and there was no viewing platform. Later, we found some rangers and they said it had been washed away in the floods and they had built a new one on the other side. There were fishermen out there fishing and they are trying to catch the “”dolly varden” fish. These follow the sockeye eating ...
... the Coquihala Summit.
Remember, what goes up must come down and Nick was in white knuckle mode for a greater part of the trip. The good news is that the roads are fantastic and that's a blessing!
We pass a number of farming communities and are back to seeing cows and horses (not that there is anything wrong with that)!! Up in the mountains we see evidence of a lot of slash cutting of timber and we then come across a sign that tells us that ...
From Whistler, our trip continued to Kamloops. Not a very attractive place to visit,
and perceived by us more as a necessary place to stay overnight, as this leg of
the trip included a large amount of km's. But, the route to the city was
extremely beautiful. The scenery changed from green mountains, with snow
covered mountaintops to a more dryer, rocky landscape. Also the climate changed