Woodside Cottage B & B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... might lead. Thankfully a ute stopped and the bus was towed out. We finally got back to the hotel an hour late - a true Canadian experience!
There was a big hockey game on last night so Riley was keen to watch it. I didn't need much convincing to not walk into town for dinner (only 10 minutes, but that seems a long long time in the freezing cold!), so we had dinner and a couple of drinks in the hotel bar. A nice way to finish a great ...
... version of Banff and would be worth going in summer for the trails but not really in winter. So I cancelled my stay there and extended my stay here! Hurrah! Now I had a good reason to go for a beer. I went downstairs with Mareen, a girl from my room and Met Darren and his French-Canadian buddy Max. We also met another guy called Ross down there who is from Australia. What an international group we turned out to be. It was fun hanging out with these guys and ...
Graham and I went to look for wildlife today and to see Lake Moraine, which we have heard is far more beautiful than Lake Louise.
We were rather late leaving home but set off onto the Parkway hoping for great things. In the end, and having driven nearly 50km at 50km an hour, the most exciting thing we saw was a fire, which had been set, ...
... Falls - For those of us movie buffs (or old enough to remember), the movie, The River of No Return, starring Robert Mitchum, was filmed here. Do you remember the scene where he and his co-star, Marilyn Monroe, rode a raft down the falls? If not, add it to your movie-viewing list! I intend to do that. Next Stop: Sulphur Mountain and Gondola Ride - Conquered!! We wish it had been a sunny day, but despite the cloudy, foggy weather, we ...
... And, beyond this, Lake Louise and the surrounding area provided a vivid reminder of the integral part played by nonliving elements, such as water and minerals, within our ecosystem. As the attached pictures and short videos will show, the glacier rock flour flows into Lake Louise, and Lake Louise flows into Louise Creek. There is still enough concentration of glacier rock flour in the creek's water to give the illusion of turquoise color, albeit lighter. ...