Super 8 West Kelowna
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Yes, after Yoho Nat'l Pk comes Glacier where they manage to pack 100s of them into the pk boundaries. The road cuts tighter to the mountains. And the GPS got confused by the work at Kicking Horse Pass and a few other spots. September is a wonderful time to travel and I am getting accustomed to road crew signs. And more signs teasing with the …
... checked out the town. We walked along the water and saw a gorgeous sunset. We checked out the hockey stadium-home to the Kelowna Rockets-and saw some guys training. We had a look in the shops, had some beautiful Thai for dinner, went to a pub to have a beer and watch some hockey and then called it a night. Poor Liam didn't get much sleep as there was a random drunken girl next door (slut) who brought the party back to her room. There were some unfortunate things we ...
... the bridge. Probably not explaining this real well (see pics) but it was truly
amazing and hilarious to watch. Would love to know how they cam up with this
Got to Kelowna and had a casual drink and dinner
with my nephew Adam and his partner Ashley and young family Brianna and Kylor.
It was great seeing them again and spending time with real people, as opposed
Kelowna was another nice town, much bigger than Golden and Vernon, also with lots of farming and vineyards in the area. After touring around a little bit, we learned that its also a much more expensive place to live. It's considered the 'Napa Valley’ of Canada, complete with vineyards, a beautiful lake, and lots of sailing in the area. We didn’t get a good look at Ogopogo the lake monster, maybe he was sleeping.
... people. I drank in the same bars. I did the same things that I had been doing for years. Within a weekend of being home it already felt like I had never left. I felt a need to challenge myself in that really extreme way that traveling does. As Ben Groundwater so eloquently says in the paper today, when you're traveling, everything is a challenge. Ordering breakfast in another language is a challenge. Finding your way around ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking