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TravelPod Member ReviewsAstoria Hotel Jasper
This was a good location for enjoying the downtown area but the rooms were tiny and the facility was old.
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When we finally got to Jasper, we headed into town and just found a hotel to stay at. The wilderness hostel we had planned to stay in was booked out, and we weren't up for staying in a 40 bed dorm in the non wilderness hostel, so with no campgrounds open, hotel it was.
We had to wait a bit for our booking to come through (they were going …
... and eventually lead me to the spot I believed to be “the spot”. At the end of the Tonquin Valley hike there is bridge overlooking the mountain peaks and Lake Cavell. The rocky bottom can be seen perfectly as it fades into the glacial blue of the lake sewn tightly against the evergreen lined shoreline before your eyes are lifted to the breathtaking peaks set gently as the backdrop. Stunning. I knew the minute we pulled up it ...
... t stop every five seconds to graze and all the while there was teasing going on above the horses heads. Randy and Kabel had one long stream of banter. "Do you want me to get the silk pillow for your saddle, Kabel?" "Sure, It's right next to the flowery handcream you asked me to bring" Gentle ribbing followed by laughter. It was a giant ballet and every step was new to me. Except the banter part. That felt just like my workplace! During all this, I just tried to ...
I've jumped on a Moose hop on hop off bus tour to take me to see the best of what the Rockies has to offer. For the first leg there are about 20 of us doing a loop of the major destinations and we'll eventually end up in Banff. We're staying in hostels along the way. The first day of the trip involved a big drive to Kelowna, a beautiful lakeside holiday town where happily the weather was just stunning. On the way there we stopped off to visit Bridal Falls and then ...
Left Lake Louise about 9am, planned to do the Lake Helen hike but it started raining-good excuse to stay snug and warm in the RV. Stopped at several Viewpoints including the Lighthouse Tower, Weeping Wall (a series of graceful waterfalls emerging from Cirrus Mountain cliffs and Athabasca Falls.
Checked into Whistlers Campground which has 718 sites which was quite full at 3 pm. We had to wait for the elk to finish eating grass on our ...