Banff Beaver Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The autumn colours are now really beginning to be wonderful. Hard to know if we would have been better to have seen fewer places but seen the ones we did see in more depth.
Canada is SO huge that I think it is I think it is impossible to do it Right. We have done it as we have and it has been wonderful.
... and it felt like we were going to go down, scary is not the word.
As if that wasn't enough Sue Garcia send me a text and said if you in Banff you have to do the gondola ride. It is double the height of the Cairns sky rail. We paid for it before we even had seen it. So now there was no way out. To be honest once you up there it's just so beautiful there is so much to see you ...
... lunch we literally came out one door and into the next, a coffee shop called Wild Flour. We got some coffee and would you believe most of their cakes were vegan so of course I couldn't resist getting a piece of dark chocolate cake. By now we were well and truly stuffed! We strolled through the town and down to the park and just took our time enjoying the place.
After we were finished with the town we went to the Banff Upper Hot Springs for a ...
... the direction AJ was pointing. "Hopefully that means he will come back and get it before he goes too far away." The sat dejectedly in the green back-pack hoping that the Daddy would return and take them with him, but not holding on to much hope. About half an hour later, when all their optimism had run out, they heard someone at the door and looked out hopefully to see who would come through it. The Daddy reappeared and they each let out a sigh of relief. "I hope ...
The next morning, we boogied to Banff (a short 55km away) as we were keen to explore the city and its offerings. We drove through the downtown core and felt a familiar charm to its cityscape. We headed to Sulphur Mountain to do a little hike and then jump aboard the Banff Gondolas to bring us to the top which was once again swamped with tourists and line-ups but we endured the hour wait. The crowd loved Lenny and thought it was so hilarious when I brought him a Starbucks cup of water ...