Kamloops Travelodge Mountview
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... through the Fraser Valley and on to Vancouver. On arrival in Vancouver we bid crew and fellow passengers farewell we before being whisked away in a waiting bus to our city hotel. No mention of a room upgrade this time, we took the lift to the top floor of our hotel only to find we had been given a huge corner room with Vancouver city views and sitting on one of the queen beds (yes we had two) a gift basket of goodies to share and a card signed by the ...
... We had to climb in altitude to find this treasure nestled in the palms of the surrounding mountains. Clear aqua blue in color, it is fed in part by the glacier that hovers above it which, under the rays of the sun, creates a mirror image of itself on the surface of the lake. It was still very cold when we got there and Steve slipped and almost fell on the ice that had formed on the boardwalk by the lake.
After taking photos and admiring the ...
... Meal times in the dining cart are an opportunity to meet new people. Breakfast was with a Vancouver couple (Will and Cathy....retired Mining Engineer...world travellers and sailors with a fishing lake home and a winter property in Whistler) and lunch was with a South African couple (Bushun and Susan....travelling with two daughters...came to Canada to bring 23 year old daughter home...owns small oil company in SA). Each had their own interesting stories to share. The ...
... disappeared into the mountain and clouds and Rach and I are chilling out and are sore after the Sun Peaks workout on the slopes . I added a picture of the crew at base of SunPeaks and one from up the hill down the valley looking towards Kamloops . See the lodge at Harper also in amongst the afternoon sunshine . Another great day in the freezing weather , then tomorrow a seven hour drive back across border into USA and down to Bellingham. Cheers From the ...
... road it is hard to explain. You start with the high dry cliffs around Lillooet and then come to the edge of a beautiful glacial lake that feeds into a power station. Then you follow a rushing, rocky stream that was lined with Autumn trees. Then came the high mountains with some patches of snow in the distance. You then descend passing along a couple of lakes and eventually into the town of Pemberton. The road is very windy and you can usually only ...