Buffaloberry Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a few and Len had 1 before switching back to beer. We then went walking through a few more shops before making our way back to Wild Bills for some live music and pool. It was a fun night. We caught one of the last busses back from town and I talked everyone into one more drink at the bar before bed. We made friends with the restaurant manager who then brought us a complimentary tequila shot for everyone. We had those and one more drink, it was now definitely time for ...
... Minnewanka - what a name!! - and had a boat trip. The lake is 25km long and at the end of it is the end of the Rockies.
Gentle potter to Banff town next, more coffee, and a wander. The Parks wardens had started a fire which had complete ly changed the colour of the mountains.
Off out to the Elk Pub for supper tonight. Great time.
... 4 of us went straight to the Coffee shop and had a lovely coffee. More exploring of the shops, then 1300 came along, so time for lunch down in a nice mall food court, then a bit more of a look around town, then to an Indian museum, and how hard it must have been for them to survive especially when they get 8 months of snow, and bitterly cold winters. Back to the Fairmont Banff Hotel at 1530, a walk around for a while, then i ...
... sign of the storm the next morning. It is Saturday and overcast, we have a lovely walk along the lake front. Lovely flower gardens. Lot of stone used in both the houses, paths and walls. Swift Creek Spawning Channel - exciting we have been fortunate to see the huge salmon ...
... was getting on and we needed to get our campsite an set up in hopes our tent would dry in time for a comfortable night. Lake Moraine had been on my Pinterest board of places I wanted to see so Michael was up for it. I think we were both very glad we took the extra time! Lake Louise was a milky light green colour, but lake Morraine was a ...