Okanagan Seasons Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Okanagan Seasons Resort Kelowna
Travel Blogs from Kelowna
... Cars and the "Chelsea Tractors" that fill the roads here. It was a great way to pass a couple of hours admiring the handiwork of people (men) that spend a large proportion of their lives on these projects. We then continued along the waterfront to a nature reserve that is unusually close to the Downtown Area yet quite tranquil.
Kelowna is a lovely place to visit for a long weekend and I hope to return sometime over the next few years.
... left our car in a parking lot (I’m becoming Americanised) and spent a bit of time browsing shops in Victoria before having an extremely filling all-day breakfast for our lunch (eggs benedict on muffin with asparagus, bacon, roast potatoes, bread and butter and grilled tomatoes) before driving to and catching the 2pm ferry crossing back to the mainland.
This time the views on the ferry were much better as it was another bright sunny day. We ...
... work the next day and rode for the day. Matts bday today so we headed to there place for a big house party and beer pong. Played a heap of card drinking games and Matt, Larns and I dominated in beer pong haha. We lost our lost game and had to run 50 meters barefoot in the snow! Jesus my feet felt funny for the next few days haha. Past couple of days working and it's been busy due to the long ...
... work so we could go shopping to buy a new bag and new pants for Cooper and gave us big plastic bags to put all our stuff in. We picked up our car, filled it with people and bags and headed for Big White to find our new home, very nice home and Big White is beautiful there is snow everywhere, the pine trees are covered with snow, it is just like a picture book scene. Russ, Rob and I, the boys stayed at home, went back to the airport to ...
... Phew. They have these carport like tunnels that cover the road in certain areas of the Kicking horse and Rogers pass. These carports or snow sheds protect the highway and train tracks from being blocked by the 10 meters of annual snowfall the Selkirk mountains see yearly. They were pretty cool to ride thru.
We came upon those rock blasters that you see on TV that climb the side of the mountains ...