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Favorite thing: This tip is in response to another general tip where a visitor stayed at the hostela dn was disturbed about being advised to boil the water. In the past every spring Kamloops had a water turbidity problem-arising from sediment overflowing into the drinking water-thus boiling your water. Kamloops has since built a state of the art water infiltration plant, one of a kind the north america and thus turbidity is no loinger a problem.If you want to tour the facility, interesting it is, call the city to see if you can arrange a tour group or tag along with one. Another side note, the hostel, inthe past located in the oldcourthouse, has closed. There is presently no hostelin town for travellers. There is a mens Christian hostel but it is for street people needing a place to stay.
Written Dec 26, 2006
Favorite thing: I was in Kamloops with a friend, staying in a youth hostel. We both are Canadian, and we were astonished when we saw a sign in the hostel warning visitors not to drink the water without boiling it first.
It isn't something very bad, but it certainly was unexpected on my part, so be prepared if you're in Kamloopsl
Written Mar 16, 2006
Favorite thing: Ask anyone in B.C. and they'll say Kamloops and the surrounding area is a fisherman's paradise, with hundreds of lakes and several important rivers. Get out your fly rod and hook that big one!
Written Feb 25, 2003
1 Review and 108 Opinions We stayed overnight at the Holiday Inn in Kamloops, which had great views of the town.
2 Reviews and 156 Opinions Medium sized rooms, casino located within the hotel (but it's rather small), small fitness room (a...
2 Reviews and 91 Opinions We (2 adults and 2 children ages 10 and 7) stayed here in April of 2003 it was great. We stayed for...