Tan - Y - Bryn B&B

Address: 118 Otter St, Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1L 1B3, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 118 Otter St, Banff, is near Discover Banff Tours, Holiday on Horseback, Banff Park Museum, and Medicine Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Banff

    Honeymoon 2.0 - Start of our Canadian adventures!

    A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Jul 31, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Ryanair debacle where everyone jumps up, elbows their way into their overhead storage and then squeezes themselves into the aisle so they can get off a nanosecond earlier and join the 100m dash to customs. This was all very civilised. Welcome to Canada!

    We called the campervan company who told us to get a taxi to their depot, which they would pay for. We did so and, with a little hunting, found the right place. However, our van wasn’t ready yet, to our ...

    Exploring the Castle

    A travel blog entry by simonandamanda on Jun 26, 2014

    ... the right thing to do next so we went to the Canadian wine shop and did just that. We tasted 4 Canadian wines from the Niagara peninsula and Okanagan Valley in British Columbia. Very nice, and you don't often get to taste them as they are not exported.

    Later we took ourselves to the Rundle Lounge and shared a delicious flatbread washed down with a beer (Simon) and G&T (me) while listening to a local country band play some of the oldies and ...

    BANFF -All day

    A travel blog entry by jbwatson on May 13, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... squirrel, crossing the train line. A stop at Two Jack Lake, which was partly frozen, then on to Millawanka Lake, which is the largest lake, I think 26klms, although Colin seemed to get his miles and Klms mixed up! Millawanka Lake forms the dam, in 1965, the township was flooded, and those who enjoy cold water diving can have their photo taken sitting on the loo. Only then will the dive be recognised! There were huge washouts in 2013 when the Spillway needed to be opened. We ...