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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... most beautiful places in earth and it saved the Canadian Pacific Railway from bankruptcy when late 19th century travellers realised they could reach this stunning lake by train. Certainly the turquoise waters of the lake, set against a backdrop of towering mountains and green and gold forests, make the whole place incredibly beautiful. Unfortunately, everyone else thinks so too! The number of tour buses in the car park gave us a hint and certainly the shores ...
We wake to heavy rain and very misty mountains. No views today. A good day for a sleep in - YEH. It is late morning we travel the 2kms into down town Jasper. We visit The Jasper Yellow-head Museum & Archives, a must see. Fantastic amount of information on the exploration and development of the railway and then tourism. We also visited the Jasper Heritage Railway Station. During the early 1900's two competing transcontinental railways, the ...
... recover fully.
As we continued our journey through the mountains and forests our turn for breakfast arrived and we went downstairs to the dining area. Breakfast was worth waiting for today and we chose eggs Benedict to follow our fruit, really delicious! The train stopped again for a while to let a freight train through. We are getting used to many stops and starts on this single track line. Going on up through the valley we get ...
... along with the wind in my hair. A once in a lifetime experience I will let the pictures to the talking on this one......BTW my driver Rob was rather nice and pleasure to have to hang onto on the ride back:) We had a bear encounter along the way which added to the ...
... Explorer" tour out onto the Athabasca Glacier. The specially designed Ice Explorer vehicles are huge and cost about 1.2 million each and they have 23 of them. After the glacier we took the bus up to the Skywalk. The Skywalk was recently completed and well done with an audio tour device included. I will give the Columbia Center and tours three thumbs up and a flaming 7.
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