Castle Mountain Chalets
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... they then informed him that check in is 4:00 and it was now 3:00. IN YOUR FACE rude man. He started to just complain and huff about it all and although I didn’t hear everything I think he actually asked for some sort of compensation for his time! WTF is wrong with people. Of course I guess that is what happens when you have money and think the world revolves around you. Note: It does not. Anyway, back to the fantastic experience. So the whole ...
... What can I say??
We spent at least 3 hours there enjoying the morning and then ate a leftover croissant that I had saved from Canmore and I an apple I had in my bag.
Heading into town we decided to stop at Vermillion Lakes…or as apparently I call them…My Lakes. Years ago Jym discovered this spot where you can climb down the bank to this small pond littered with the remains of fallen trees and driftwood. It’s a ...
... was favourable for many of our activities. One day, when the forecast suggested almost certain rain, we woke up shocked to find everything covered in snow (just a few weeks after summer). This didn't stop us however, we went out for a hike through the snow in our runners - this caused many slips, especially in my shoes which had very little grip. It probably wasn't a great idea - towards the end of our snow walk the snow begun to melt. This caused snow to randomly fall off the trees ...
Last we’d heard, the weather for our time in Canada was
supposed to be beautiful. But, even without our iPhone weather apps we could
tell something must have changed when we heard rain on our tent throughout the
night. Luckily, the weather had cleared by morning and for the first time we were
staying in ...
... water and stretch our legs again. We crossed into Banff National Park and onto Lake Louise. This part of the drive was fairly uneventful, except for the incredible mountains around each corner and then we came across a black bear cub, eating berries and leaves by the road. We couldn't get out of the bus on the highway, but we had finally seen a bear! Arriving at Lake Louise, we could not believe was was before our eyes - this ...