Rocky Mountain B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... when we left at almost 11:00. I think something will freeze overnight here for sure. I am betting for some morning snow on the mountains. Or at least ice. Because it is cold. This, after today which ended up unseasonably warm! But the rain (as promised) ushered in the freezing cold! I think it is to rain all day tomorrow as well. It felt extra good to come back to our room and sit by the warm fire while the storm rages outside. This is not a treat I ever get in Florida. ...
... and 25 minutes on the glacier. I did not think it was enough time but **** is was cold. Great time with Dylan and Donna on the ice. The sky walk was built in the side of a mountain. Very well done. It looks like is was not man made. Brilliant view ...
... that is the Fairmont Chateau parked on the Lake front. It's like the Disney imagineers where let loose to do as they please to the landscape.
Got to Banff in the afternoon and was pleased that the hotel room had a large bed. The bed at the Jasper Alpine Lodge was teeny tiny. The main street in Banff has been done nicely with hanging flower baskets and a picture ...
... in the Guiness Book of Records for having the largest number of ladies toilets in the world! Well it needs them too! People and Asians everywhere! Tourism sure is big in Canada!
It was still raining when we finished lunch, so we decided to buy a couple of little umbrellas. It did the trick, the rain lifted and we had some fun out on the ice, using the umbrella as a photo shoot prop! We probably could have hired them out for a dollar or two! ...
... recognised by Dr Zhivago fans as THE train station in that scene) and we rolled through much flatter country to Banff. The spectacular mountains all around us remained awe inspiring, and the caps of permanent ice from glaciers like the Queen Victoria above Lake Louise really did keep the imagination running.
The story of the "discovery" of Lake Louise is a good example of Victorian era attitudes. A former mountie ...