Residence & Conference Centre - Kamloops
Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... the Fraser River were lush, where the areas outside of Hope heading towards Kamloops became arid and more desolate. All beautiful! Train travel is so relaxing! We did have a wait on the tracks due to a freight train that broke down ahead, but with a bit of wine and bald eagle sitings all was well! Tomorrow off to ...
... A few people were curious as to who this stranger was who flew in from Cape Town, South Africa the night before, just to crash their party! LOL. We hung in there quite awhile, and were some of the last people to leave. We drove down Broadway to the Business district, then back over the Brooklyn bridge to home. For dinner, Zach and Elyse ordered a pizza. I was told there is something about my visiting that brings the Italian out in them, as they only order pizza when I am ...
Starting out today was challenging. Jeff was up at 5:15 and I was up at 5:30 am. Get all packed and down to the lobby to transfer to the train. I decided to get a coffee at Starbucks and leave J in the lobby to go down to the Concourse level. By the time I got my coffee then unlost (the hotel door was locked and I couldn't get back in so exited in the rain and dark to find my way back), there was a HUGE line to check in. So we schlepped our bags and stood in line ...
... rich area for our overnight accommodation. In short, Lola was parked outside some pretty impressive houses all things considered.
Mel had a pretty terrible sleep after I accidentally put some bad ideas into her head (lessen now learn't), so the next day we decided to take it easy - Mel had an afternoon snooze whilst I undertook a few cardio exercises, watched some locals fly models airplanes and visited a nearby butterfly garden in the towns ...
... t see any animals at all whilst we were on the train. Once again seems to be more Aussies travelling than any other nationality. We sat next to a nice Irish couple that were about 60 on the train, they were Baptists so James had quite a good chat with them. I think the average age of the people on the train would of been about 65. Other than a couple from Singapore that were about mid 30's, I think I would of been about the youngest person on the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services