BEST WESTERN PLUS Prestige Inn Radium Hot Springs
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... on the lake and it just didn't look real. After a delicious picnic lunch on the edge of Lake Moraine, it was time to move on.
On the way to our next lake, we passed another cool one called Bow Lake. Even the less famous lakes we happened to pass were spectacular!
This place is incredible. The lakes, mountains and glaciers are unique and iconic of ...
... valet. So we made a mental note that after we move to the campground near Lake Louise, we will get up early a couple of mornings and get a parking place before the crowds start showing up.
We then headed back down the parkway and stopped for lunch at a small hotel and bistro next to Baker Creek where we had stopped for coffee on the way up. Shirley had a grilled chicken sandwich with grilled peaches and I had a veggie wrap – a tortilla stuffed ...
... you have some idea what it looks like. I could happily live here.
It's quite chilly this morning, and I have the heated grips on for a bit. Might be time to change to wearing my winter gloves, as the summer ones are probably a bit thin for the temperatures we can expect from now on, high teens mostly if we're lucky, and lower than that when we reach Alaska. We're quite far north already - we passed the 45th parallel yesterday, halfway ...
After breakfast, went on a 2 hour nature walk. Our guide was one of only 9 master naturalists in the whole of the Rockies. He was very informative and interesting about animals, especially bears, and the vegetation etc. I am now in a laundromat in Banff, and the rest of the afternoon is free. Tonight, we are going to the Rocky Roundup, which is a barbecue and show, and off again early tomorrow on the next stage. The hotel is built in the Scottish baronial ...
We woke up this morning and met Len and Leatha outside their room for breakfast. They had already been out and spotted some elk on the local golf course. We just had breakfast at the restaurant in the hotel. We then went back t our rooms, grabbed our winter stuff and walked the couple minutes up the road to the Gondola at the Sulphur Mountain. The smell on the way up wasn't pleasant but the views ...