High Country Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHigh Country Inn Banff
We enjoyed our stay here, the room was spacious, comfortable and well equipped. Our only negative was the fixtures and fittings are looking a bit tired. Everything worked just a little worn. Great location near the end of the main road, very convenient.
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This journey needs little telling. We set off at 5pm having spent more time rafting than anticipated. This meant we were unable to stop off on the way down as much as we would have liked. We did break at the first water falls and were rewarded with impressive falls and canyons. After this we mostly photographed whilst driving. When we reached the …
... it is AMAZING! I took photos and if I have you on snapchat I snapped it to you! All of the rooms were sooooop beautiful! I'm working in the Garde Manger part of the kitchen, so basically I've made and wrapped about a month's salary in sandwiches and cut up fruit! But it's awesome to be cooking again! And my hours? I start at 4:30 AM. I kind of love it. I'm done at 1 and then I have the whole day to do whatever I want! Today ...
... that we got home at 3am! Was ok as most of us didn’t have to get up early (except one kiwi who had gone out the night before, done an all-nighter, and stayed awake all day – 42 hours later!! He had to be up at 7am!)
I actually thought this post had uploaded last night but turns out the internet I got denied yet again. Will start uploading photos now into all of the other blogs :-) And also write about our time in Banff yesterday and Calgary today.
... mountains truly awesome
We had several stops along the way mostly lakes, the most highly publicised was the Columbia Icefield. Here the paying tourist can take a gigantic bus tip right onto the glacier, and there were also people walking on it. They claim the depth of the ice is equivalent to the height of the Eiffel Tower!
Thinking we were all laked out, we came across ...
... Centre where Saveway was for us to get more bread, cold meat and veggies. Popped into the Canadian Tire shop for Richard to find a large Buzz Ball lure to take back home to show Nick but there wasn't any there only small ones. Pity we don't have this shop in Australian as I mentioned before they sell everything for vehicles plus do services, all camping, fishing goods, anything to do with gardening. Four stores in one your ...