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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Kelowna
Price was right for this kind of motel. Good bed, good kitchen and good shower.
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Following breakfast, we play Predator Ridge Golf Course, known internationally for its impressive test of golf and spectacular scenery. Rolling hills, long grasses and undulating greens make for an unforgettable golfing challenge. Golfers will ...
... by mountains covered in snow. It was quite eery, no sound of cars or people! The further we walked along to city park we found a busier spot, more local to downtown Kelowna. An ice rink for the locals, lots of people out walking dogs and running. I can imagine Kelowna would be a nice place in the summer with its mass of beaches, but in the winter well, everything is dead!! With little else to do we went to Earls for lunch. We both got croque ...
... And if, perchance, we skip a ""must do" to take a nap after lunch, have mercy on us for our flesh is weak.
When our voyage is over and we have returned to loved ones, grant us the favour of finding someone who will look at our pictures, videos and slides, and listen to our great stories, so that our lives as tourists will not have been in vain.
We ask this in the name of 'Conrad Hilton', 'Thomas Cook', and 'American Express'
Up for a snowboard and headed to Gem Lake and Black Forest the whole time. Beautiful clear day! Work at 2:30pm and treated 3 clients. Tips have been awesome lately I get approx $20 of a treatment. Yay more money! Got home and had pre drinks with our next door neighbours. Went to a onsie party in our building and then continued on to Sophie's friend place for drinks there to which is also in the ...
... interpretive display which spoke about a bird they call Macca. They tagged this lil guy and have followed him for something like 8 years, uncovering that each summer he migrates from Columbia back to the Skunk Cabbage Wetland to exactly the same tree. The skunk cabbage plant is also an extremely important food supply for the local bear population when they first awaken from hibernation in the spring. I didnt think this little side venture would be so enlightening and enjoyable, nor ...