South Thompson Inn & Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- 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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TripAdvisor Reviews South Thompson Inn & Conference Center Kamloops
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... at 5.45am. The PJ's went into the bottom of our backpacks. I definitely wasn't going to be that organised by that time! Our cases are to be picked up by a truck and taken through to Kamloops. They are supposed to be waiting for us in our hotel room! So Les will drop us off and then travel to Vancouver in his own time, listening to his heavy metal music! Janet keeps joking with Les that this is his kind of music. The train people ...
... goodbye as the train left the station. Food on the train was great, as was the scenery. As we approached Kamloops, we were surprised at how dry the terrain was. It looked like Arizona. Cindy skipped dinner and missed a charming little local restaurant called ...
... to pinch ourselves! The first photo was what we were sort of expecting to see here. (But JB you aint seen nuttin' yet!)
Country side views as we whipped past was farmland with quite a few big sheds which I imagine would be for cattle during the winter. From rows of bushes - fruit (blueberries?) to open grasslands. It was quite comfortable. Finally arrived in Kamloops after a few pickups in towns on the way through. ...
Day 129 and Day 130 - We remain in Prince George getting caught up on chores and just kind of resting up from our whirlwind tour of 60 days and over 5,700 miles. Our tail gunners were finally able to leave Anchorage, where Bill had to have surgery on his eye for a detached retina and they were trying very hard to get from Anchorage to Prince George to say good bye to everyone, but they just couldn't do it. So, we decided to wait so that they wouldn't feel so bad. ...
... go to Paul Lake Provincial Park out of Kamloops with the idea of letting Torston finally have an opportunity to get out on a lake with one of our inflatable kayaks.
West of Revelstoke is the divide between the Columbia and Thompson Rivers, so we were traveling along the Thompson River today. The scenery along this leg of our trip was lush and green, but less forested than along the Columbia. It got warmer ...