Buffaloberry Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... phone as no wifi. Took a photo of earrings and went over to McDonalds and sent her a photo then headed off to catch bus back to hotel to go on ice-walk at Johnston Canyon. Got to bus stop and there was still about 10 mins until it came so chatted to Robert then went into another shop with 2 mins left. Bloody bus came early! Not happy Jan! I decided to walk back to hotel or else I'd have to catch taxi. I got back at about 1.10pm and we had to be downstairs at ...
... owned the Rocky Mountaineer, which began in 1988. Just two years later, the government turned the Rocky Mountaineer over to the private sector. This could explain the difference we have experienced in terms of the quality of train facilities and service. Not unlike the US government, government budgets and bureaucracy impact. The Rocky Mountaineer runs nine locomotives and 42 passenger cars that make up the Red Leaf, Silver Leaf and Gold Leaf service offerings. ...
We pass Cathedral Peak to our next
stop at Takakkaw Falls which mean
Magnificent in Cree and they truly are!
At 1260ft they are the 2nd highest falls
We then motor on to tonight's stop ...
First day of my actual rockies trip. Was a bit disappointed. Havent seen that many special things. Lake louise looks beautiful, but quite touristy. And theres is also this annoying swiss girl, uurghh... But we did a nice campfire in the backyard of the hostel in the evening..with marshmallows of ...
... the shuttle to take you back!
The walk was nice though, and it straddled the Continental Divide which was kinda cool so one of us could be pretend to be a raindrop falling on one side and ending up in the Pacific Ocean whilst the other fell a metre away and pretended to end up in the Atlantic Ocean. The walk took a while and by the time we’d queued for our shuttle back it was almost 4pm.
As we were leaving ...