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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... which was through the residential area. It was strikingly odd as the house varied so greatly in design and style ... And you could never guess what colour shape or size the neighbours house would be! Walking along the lake front gave a wonderful view across it and off the floating bridge (that wasn't that floating), we walked up through downtown and along the city parks... Concluding ...
... to the end, and Penticton, our stop for the night.
Today was a bank holiday celebrating Canada Day so the town was very busy, with everyone enjoying the local festivities. We took a stroll along the lake 'promenade' in the evening sun and later enjoyed the firework display over the lake.
Weather: AM & PM - Hot and sunny 33 C (unusually high)
Km driven: 352km
Liam and Cathy
... www.aviewofthelake.com/index.ph p) and if you are ever in Kelowna this is the place to stay! The house itself was beautiful, our room had an incredible view of the mountains and the lake, and the bathroom had heated floors!
As a side note while on the topic of B&Bs, if you are ever staying in Picton, Ontario make sure you head over to Chris’ parents B&B "Avanti" (http://www.bbcanada.com/12996.html?sho wpage=1) ...
... to taste 7 wines the woman attempted to pour tinier and tinier amounts into her glass until I'm sure she just pretended for the last one. Worryingly Cara thought that last one was nicer than the one before... We came away with some good BC wine and as we climbed back into the van Cara popped to the back. Assuming she'd gone to the loo I waited patiently in the driver's seat. 5 minutes later I went to the back...to find her fast asleep in bed. ...
... Kelowna in one, for us, long day! There isn't much to see along the 97 highway in Washington. The Columbia Gorge is always spectacular but other than that it is mostly farms, ranches and blowing dust. A lot of the countryside reminds me of the Okanagan. Wineries, orchards and sagebrush. Helps to make the long drive shorter.
Just picture us with sagebrush blowing past (and under) us as we listened to good ole country music on the ...