At Wit's End Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Tuesday, a very much anticipated day!
We were picked up this morning at 10am for our day trip to Lake Louise. Unfortunately we were bit late to arrive as we stopped to help a car stuck in the snow. We took what used to be the main route to Lake Louise in the hope of seeing some wildlife - this time we saw just a single male elk - he was huge and was quite close up.
We had less time at Lake Louise than we'd hoped for but spent some time at the Fairmont Hotel ...
... a hiking buddy! Hurrah! Turns out his name was Thierry and he was from Montreal, and lovely company he was too. So after a quick change into my hiking gear we headed off up the trail.
The snow was fairly deep by English standards (definitely not by Canadian though I'm sure) and some parts of the trail were quite steep so it wasn't the easiest thing to walk in but ...
So our second day in Banff was my FAVOURITE day thus far (Nicky)! After an oatmeal breakfast we decided to spend the morning doing our own thing. Rob headed up Tunnel Mountain with Lenny for a morning hike and to take in the view of Banff from above. I decided to head downtown and stroll through Banff to take a view of the town from below. I leisurely strolled along the sidewalk peaking into shop windows, popping into an art gallery, ...
... are very drawn out, so we arrived well before sundown.
We swiftly hooked the van up to electrics and decided against a late evening visit to the lake, preferring to see that when we come back this way in a week or so and have more time. We were also in the mood for tea and, as it was late and we felt we’d earned it, we had a 'party tea’ – grazing on fresh bread, cheese, grapes, cherries, apples, crisps and a Diet coke to wash it down. ...
... tried. It gets its special colour from the ground rock flour which is especially intense. We could have stayed and admired it for hours, but time to move on.
After passing Bow Lake and the Crowfoot Glacier we arrived in Lake Louise. We passed through the tiny village and on to our hotel which was a huge and impressive looking chateau with all the staff kitted out in breeches like Swiss mountain guides. We were thrilled with our room which had a ...