Buffaloberry Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... up with their signature cherry chocolate something or other with a Happy Anniversary card made of chocolate on it! Another amazing unexpected surprise. Now I have only stayed at a Fairmont once before and so this experience was new to me. I have also never been treated with such kindness and hospitality before (and Canada is already SUPER hospitable) so my hats off to Fairmont Chateau! They rock! You know for as much as I paid to stay there, after ...
... is exactly like the bubbles we saw in Lake Taupo in NZ. It is as if the lake is venting the power beneath it. I suspect that these mountains are all volcanic I nature and so I guess this is part of that cycle. Although I have not ever known of this phenomenon here I guess no one really talks about it. But it is clearly happening. So we continued on the lake shore a bit admiring the bubbles and the piles of bleached driftwood. I found his amazing tree. ...
... speed limits are
very, very slow. About 1/3 of the way into the drive, Lindsey got her first
speeding ticket for going 80 km/hr in a 50 zone. In her defense, Canadian
sinage is pretty unclear. The sign simply said “Maximum 50,” and Lindsey was
driving at 50 mph. But, Lindsey decided that it would be better not ...
... to say it!) trailer parks. This Lake and its sister are considered the Houseboat Capital of Canada, and you can understand why.
The trip continued along the banks of the river, and as the terrain gradually became steeper, the waters next to us flowed faster and the scenery became more stunning.
Sighting of the first unmelted snow (ice) caused some excitement for the Australians, but as the altitude climbed, ...
... There were none.
We crossed into Canada at 9:25 AM and the border guard never gave us a second look. Guess we look honest and safe. And a bit down the road we came really close to a disaster when a doe ran out into the road right in front of our car. But Steve was quick on the brake and we avoided hitting it…but I must say, my adrenalin was pumping. Phew!!!
We saw several golf course along the way…with bright ...