Super 8 West Kelowna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from West Kelowna
... despite all the smoke from the forest fires at the end of August. The kids all had some lessons on how to canoe too! All in all still summer fun activities! We loved visiting with family and good friends. Thanks for a great summer everyone! We'll see you all soon ...
... consists of an old-west-style stagecoach, wagon wheels, old trucks and flowers – flowers everywhere and in every crevice they can find! But the highlight is the goat enclosure with 10 or more goats of every size and colour you can think of. You can buy some corn to feed them (they know people mean food) you can also go into the enclosure and pet them; they even have a skywalk that is built specifically for the goats and that is maybe 15 feet ...
... can’t grasp the concept. It doesn’t matter. We are moving. Jim really seems to be enjoying it. The sound and the motion are something out of another era. Felix is playing music on his banjo; it is really catchy. The conductor explains the history and scenery complete with the names of the various farm animals that we see along the way. Felix moves from one car to the other keeping everyone entertained. As we move along the tracks, ...
... want gas and they are all lined up waiting for their turn. “Let’s go somewhere else. I am sure there will be more gas stations on this road.” We pull out onto the road and drive, and drive. Very oddly there isn’t a gas station as close as I thought. Finally there is one, but it is awkwardly situated and we won’t be able to turn in off the road. A few blocks up I point out a Shell on the left side of the road so ...
... I found him another t-shirt later that said “Hahvahd: making you smahtah since 16.. [year]”. After that we went on a trolley tour of the city, which was a hop-on hop-off tour – a trolley sort of looks like an old-fashioned tram carriage, though it runs like a bus. The drivers’ commentaries on the trolley were really good. The trolley tour also included a cruise of the harbour, but we missed it because we were wandering around for too long. For lunch I had ...