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

    Rocky 3 - The end of the Rockies!

    A travel blog entry by maggik on Jun 12, 2015

    11 photos

    ... Very clever marketing as we entered our room which was all in darkness, threw open the curtains to that 'wow' factor of a view! Such a wow that it is the first pic of the this blog! We have been so fortunate with weather this leg of the trip but the next morning it was pouring with rain in Lake Louise. Undaunted we boarded the coach to head even higher as rain became snow. It had certainly snowed overnight as there was a fresh sprinkling on the peaks ...

    Puddling on the slopes

    A travel blog entry by jodyandjohn on Feb 13, 2015

    1 photo

    ... foggy, but enjoyable none-the-less. Mainly skiied Strawberry and World Downhill at Sunshine resort. Because it was the start of a long weekend, Family Day, it was a bit more crowded than usual. And because it was Black Friday, they charged us more for the day. About $80 each. ...

    Rocky Mountaineer Day 1: Banff to Kamloops

    A travel blog entry by pattied on Sep 28, 2014

    3 comments, 36 photos

    ... Beetle, an epidemic that Canada has been battling semi-successfully for a long time. The Good News: The entire oval ring around an olympic stadium in British Columbia was constructed from the dead wood of trees that succumbed to the more-than-annoying beetles. What has been Canada's Response? For every dead pine tree that has been take down, three trees of another species has been planted. Around noon, we left the Rocky Mountains for the Columbia Mountains. The ...