Alpine Motel Kamloops
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... br> Catered for by fantastic staff looking after our every need and answering our endless questions.
Their professionalism and skill at organizing was incredible. Staff and meals were first class.
We spent the entire 11 hours of this trip mesmerized by the stunning beauty of the majestic mountains we wound our way through. Their sheer beauty,words cannot describe and photos do not do justice to. Thanks to the ...
... toilets. Thankfully they had films on during the flight so we both watched ‘Blended’ to pass the time. The film was actually pretty poor, inherently racist against Africans but did have a few funny parts and passed the time distracting us from toilet smells.
By the time we got our bags and the shuttle to our hotel in L.A (Radisson LAX) it was gone 11pm leaving us with little to do but fall asleep.
Sunny spells, ...
... and the lake at Salmon Arm seemed to go on forever. The only downer was the log truck that kicked up stones and we now have not 1 but 2 chips on the windshield. Kamloops was shrouded in smoke when we arrived but cleared as the evening progressed. After sampling pizza at Vittorio's (and saving the rest for tomorrow's breakfast and lunch) we walked past Courtney's old bank (and favourite karaoke bar) back to the hotel for a swim and a hot tub. Another great ...
... variety of the same at home, but we don't see anything past Weetbix! It was interesting to see food labelled in French as well as English. Noticed on frozen octopus "jeune" in the French text. That caught my eye as Phil and Jan live in Jeune Drive. Have you ever checked the name out Phil? Interesting.
Ron works in the bush driving heavy machinery building logging roads, even through the winter. In various areas pine trees ...
... very tempting chair, they've even had a lady come in there and unpack a picnic lunch!
Decided to do the Peak 2 Peak gondola and also took the extra chairlift to the summit
Longest unsupported span in the world between Whistler & Blackcomb at something like 3kms! Great views from up the top but happy we didn't score a glass bottomed gondola cabin.
Driving from Whistler to Kamloops. Saw our first bear when it ran ...