Farview Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... br> After lunch we then drove to Yoho National Park. First stop here was a short hike to Takakkaw Falls, one of Canada’s highest at an impressive 254m (we seem to be making a habit of visiting waterfalls). After a few more sightseeing stops to take in the gorgeous scenery we arrived at Emerald Lake with the time almost half 6. Emerald Lake is just like a picture postcard place (in fact it is on many postcards). The colour of the lake is beautiful and in the sun it looked amazing. ...
... glaciers, guys without their shirts on next to glaciers, the usual. After a nap or two (on my part) we finally arrived in Golden. Now we're going for a swim and then dinner at the closest restaurant we can find because none of us want to go back in a car anytime soon. Tomorrow we continue our journey to Lake Louise and I get to move into my new home for the next few weeks! Until then I'll just be chilling in Golden. Asking people about their showers and ...
... drive but the drive from Banff to Golden through Yoho National Park is amazing. The mountains seem taller and wilder then we had seen before. We stop to take pictures a few times and walk around.
We also stop to see The Natural Bridge. It is ...
... surfing at hells mouth so I know cold!!! ;D At one point Sara spotted something on the steep valley hill, and quickly realised it was a black bear!!!! Our first bear sighting! He was quite far away and after we started screaming he ran up the hill a bit. The lady took pictures of us at various points and gave us a cd of the pics so we're going to share them out at the end of our trip via the ...
... said Golden which was the nearest town, but we wouldn't be staying anywhere near this in reality) and would be travelling along Bow Valley Parkway which is where lots of animal sightings are made. As we started on the Bow Valley Parkway, Casey told us he would be driving slowly in order to help us spot wildlife. The words were barely out of his mouth when we rounded a bend and came face to face with a hugh male elk with his antlers in full felt. He was absolutely gorgeous ...