Rocky Mountain B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a full English breakfast at London's Pride. 9 hour flight with Air Canada with a 7 hour time difference so we landed about 1:50. Immigration was OK but we had a bit of a wait for our cases. About an hour and a half drive where we had a quick tour before checking in to The Caribou Lodge. Washed, changed and walked into Banff. After much deliberation, we ate at a Greek restaurant. Went straight to bed ...
... of any 5 star restaurant I say and very good for warming you up when you are feeling the weather a bit. And so ended our last day in Banff. Realising this we both took the chance to soak in a long hot bath and get as clean as we could to prepare for the road again. At this point we didn't really have any plans going forward and were relying heavily on the advice of others. And as it turned out we were really glad we did. Next stop the hippy haven of Nelson and the wonderful ...
... which for us 4 was Sushi, then a nice sorbet ice cream to top things off, then a quick walk around downtown Banff before boarding the bus again for the Gondola trip up the mountain, and it was huge and so steep, but we nursed Sue through the journey up and down again. Up the top was an amazing sight I think about 1500 feet, looking at the 360 o view walk around and then if required another 20 min walk to the old weather station even higher, what an experience for ...
... our stay here. As you enter the foyer a lady dressed in period costume is playing the harp. The music is so calm and relaxing. After exploring inside its time to walk the beautiful gardens. Pots full of petunias, geraniums, lovely paths that lead off in all direction. Some of the nicest gardens I have ...
... sunset that had been recommended to us by someone at the Information Centre. The first provided a lovely lookout over to the famous Banff Fairmont Hotel but the second was truly stunning and conveniently just located down the road from our campground and called Hoodoos Viewpoint. We were both contentedly surveying the scenery but Tim was flagging badly by this point so we reluctantly said goodbye to the vista and headed home for tea and beers. ...