Cascade Court Bed & Breakfast
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... When I was notified that my room was ready I returned to the hotel (about 45 minutes later from our hike) It was around 3 and I went to get my key to the room. There was a man next to me (again not mentioning nationality) and he was displeased that his room was not ready. They informed him that they would do their best to make it a priority (as they had done with me) but he was sort of rude and mad and demanded that they adhere to check in ...
... I eventually emerged from the lake trail and my peace and tranquility was replaced with the sounds of bus loads of Asian tourists on their Golden Week festivities. I wanted to do the rock pile hike since the lake always looks different from above. Jym opted out as he was in foot pain again. But I made the hike up and got some great shots at the top. It was so lovely that as I was headed back down I actually turned around and went back up! I am a crazy ...
... encounter was with a bear that was less than 20 metres away from us near a lodge on Moraine lake. Staff at the lodge were freaking out and yelling for everyone to back off and they admitted they had never had a bear come so close. Luckily, while everyone was forced to back off well behind the cars, we were able to sit in our car in prime viewing position and watch the bear.
Weather was scheduled to be miserable several days whilst in Canada, but our luck kicked in and ...
... br> from the “Lookout Patio” bar at the Banff Springs Hotel. When we got to our
campsite just as it was getting dark, we were excited to see that our spot was
right on a lake – by far the coolest campsite we’d stayed at thus far.
Route: Icefields Highway
... having a go, and in Jonathan's opinion should have won. Instead, another Aussie, Carolyn from Port Douglas took the main prize. Robyn earned a nicely bound journal notebook for this effort:
We traveled to Canada from down under
At marvelous scenery we did wonder
From seaside capes
to mountain scapes
The weather was great, we had no thunder
Saw bald eagles and long horned sheep
But of the ...