BEST WESTERN PLUS Prestige Inn Radium Hot Springs
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... Sorry, make that Radium Springs, so-called because the hot springs there contain minute traces of radon, a decay product of radium. Not enough to worry about, though.
We stop along the way to fill up and draw some Canadian dollars from the ATM at the filling station. I buy a banana, the two Andys have a cold drink and packets of rather fiery chips. Then it's back on the bikes for the last run into Radium Springs. We ride down the ...
... and have us all a lollipop stick to roll our own taffy. Quite cool eating it off the snow, it was quite nice in fact, however too sweet to enjoy a second helping. We packed up and made a loop back around to the bus where we gave back our snowshoes and poles before heading home. We got dropped off in town to grab lunch at The Old Spaghetti Factory, I got prawn linguine as per but I think it was a little early for such a meal as I could ...
... we would make one stop to pick up passengers in ---- NONE OTHER THAN... Yep! Lake Louise! So, we are traveling (just a bit) north! Traveling along the Bow River, breakfast began with warm towels, white, cloth napkins and stainless followed by coffee, OJ, croissants, a fresh fruit plate, and cranberry French toast (filled with Gruyere and smoked ham!). I will definitely want to replicate the French toast, which I believe will be very easy to do. Get ready for this when ...
... The cabin was comfortable and again meals generous. Bell and I were not impressed with the lavish offerings of free alcohol during the journey. We arrived in Banff at about 8-9pm and due to a mix up in rooms we did not get settled till about 11pm. The scenery again during the final phase of the trip was a joy to behold as you will see from Bell's photos though impossible to capture to show nature in ...
... actually be to just stay still in one spot and be quiet.
Which we eventually do, to enjoy a late afternoon pizza by the side of a cold babbling stream.
We also took the time to enjoy a stroll ON a glacier, taking in a tour of the Columbia Icefield, which lies between Jasper and Banff National Parks. REAALLLY glad I packed boots, a sweater and scarf, as Andrew ...