The Canterbury Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Finally we made it to Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park where the Lussier Hot Springs are. We had no idea what to expect as we hadn't done any research before we went. We got changed and started to walk down the path to the Hot pools that are along the river. When we were walking Sarah saw what she thought was a black dog, which turned out to be a Mummy black bear which was staring back at us before it got spoked and took off into ...
... them snow ghosts, just covered in snow! And they had the most amazing chocolate cake I have ever tasted in my entire life! Big White also had a Candyland... Dangerous times for my waistline! Good thing we did such huge days of snowboarding!
That night we ran into some more people from Panorama who were at the Sleemans new beer unveiling thing, thanks to Jacobs smoozing this meant free food and beer for all! That night we headed to ...
... it was an actual train on its little tracks carrying sushi :O I most definitely didnt! Coolest thing ever!!!! and so so yummy... Saw the infamoous Fairmont Hotel and had a wee nosy around. Their toilet seats were actually heated... not even joking! Also hit up the BAnff hot springs which was interesting because our hair froze! Went to Earls for dinner, another fabulous restaurant followed by movies which doesnt sound particulary exciting ...
... to it. After lunch Linda and I hiked part of the Hale Hut Trail which was really muddy, rutted by ATV's, and not pleasant. Peggy stayed in the condo and did work for her job. She has been doing that every night that we have been on ...
... It really was that easy. As I heard my own voice rippling through the speakers I distinctly remember thinking 'oh god, that's actually alright sounding' and after that it is all a blur. As I stepped down off the stage my knees buckled with the enormity of what I had just achieved and I was propped up by someone and carried to the bar upon which I rested until my heartbeat lowered. For the rest of the evening I basked in a glow of compliments from friends and strangers alike and ...