Kamloops Travelodge Mountview
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... I finally arrived at 1 am I have to say I was very grateful to park up. Sel was totally out for the count, so I just got out, stretched my legs and then got my book out to read. Although we were securely locked up in the car there was only a couple of hours until sunrise and I had to guard my little bear, so in the quiet of Tofino I finally finished the book that I had brought over 2 weeks ago, but had been too busy to read.
... see was the water below. A really eerie feeling. Finally the sun broke through and blue sky appeared above us. While waiting in line to board we had witnessed the distress calls of a stallion being trailered. I thought it sounded more like an elephant than a horse. Then during the crossing there was an announcement asking the owner to return to the truck and trailer. The ship didn't rock excessively so we assume they managed to calm the ...
... short we tiptoed into Kamloops, great service by Canadian Tire, vehicle OK!, picked up the tuxes and away we went! Temperatures soared and who would have thought a Sun Peaks hotel would Not have AC?? However, we had dinner on a patio, Zac and Josh had fun and the dogs were happy they weren't locked in a hotel room!! (Nixon even stopped his howling!! ...
... whistle and a performance by a Scots piper. We boarded our carriage, J5, and found our seats upstairs in the dome. Very excited and waiting for our journey to begin! We reversed out of the station and the staff all turned out to wave us goodbye which was a nice touch. Soon we moving in the right direction and our two day train trip had begun.
As we left Vancouver we crossed the Fraser River Swing Bridge which was built in 1904 and then passed ...
... station workers were waving to us. It was very sweet. We have never been on a slower train. It is now 10:00 am and we have gone 40 miles... There is no wifi on the train. We have a non-stop talker ahead of us. He is a gentleman from Brisbane, Australia and seems to be a nice man but the incessant chatter is annoying. The rainforest we passed through gets 9' of rain per year. The first drink of the day is a Caesar - a Bloody Mary with calamato juice (clam and ...