Banff Y Mountain Lodge
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We arrived in Calgary, picked up our hire car from the airport and hit the road to Banff with a planned stop for lunch and groceries. We pulled into the subway car park but with no free spots went out the back way and accidentally cut off a crazy old drunk who promptly walked around the back of our car screaming profanities at Michael. We probably …
Reme stayed here on Sep 18, 2012 during their trip titled: Alaska - Canada 2012.
Given the epic car journey the day before we didn't want to even look at the car today so after breakfast in Melissa's Restaurant we went for a walk along the river. We considered continuing further than the little rapids on the river but we didn't really have the right footwear on so we turned back.
Instead, we continued back along the …
Picked up the car early and hit the road for the crazy long drive to Banff, yes I did just day Banff.
10.5hours according to google maps but we knew with pit stops it would take alot longer so wanted to get going early.
The drive was very uneventful. We didn't really stop anywhere interesting except Revelstoke which was cute, …
Banff was bigger than most towns in the national parks we visited. Here we encountered the first rain of the trip. Cloud was low and so visibility of the surrounding mountains very poor. The accomodation was really a hostel rather than a hotel, it was a YWCA accomodation and the rooms not quite up to our expectations - it also came without a young …
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This is not a hotel as such, being a young christian women's association accomodation. Both male and female are catered for but rather basic.
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