Banff Avenue B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... vary. But in early October noon seemed to work well.
Sadly I knew it was time to leave and we headed out of the mountains and back to Calgary to await our flights home. We are staying the night at The Acclaim. We stay here every time. It’s a great hotel super close to the airport and has the most amazing roof deck. Jym didn’t feel like doing the Jacuzzi up there tonight and I guess it is better than having wet bathing suits ...
... back seat - DM was very happy and relieved.
After breakfast we did some sightseeing near the hotel. Between some rain and breaks in the clouds we were able to get some good shots.
I have move pictures and video to post from our short time here in Banff once I download more pictures from my Nikon.
We left the hotel around 1:30. It took us about ...
... awesome scenery and experience. When we got to the gondola drop off area, there was a boardwalk path and steps up to a little hut on another peak. I walked up all the steps and then made a conscious decision to count the steps coming down. There were 422 steps in all coming down, so that meant 844 steps in all, but that did NOT include the boardwalks in between the steps, so I am thinking that there were probably about 1,000 steps ...
... in the crevices that are between peaks and blue-green waters flowing below. Wiki says the color of the water is caused by rock flour that mingles with the melting glaciers. I don’t know if that is true, but I do know that the color is spectacular. When the sun did come out, it cast dramatic shadows on the mountain faces accentuating the sharp angles in the rocks, adding dimension and depth. (And when it did not shine, the photos were somewhat flat.) ...
... told that the camp in Paradise Valley was open for the last night in this year because the bears are moving in so we rather bought bear spray before this trip. Luckilly we did not have to use it but we would still like to see some bear (from a safe distance). The rest of the trail was more or less a painful hike to the parking lot. We happilly spent the rest of the day by healing our achey feet and drying all our ...