BEST WESTERN PLUS Pocaterra Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Yoga, swim and spa at the Elevation Centre. Signed up for unlimited pass for $75 for the month.
Snow covered ground when we awoke.
John had to shovel snow out of the driveway.
Read in the afternoon.
Decided not to deal with the weekend skiing ...
... native sort) all walking around rugged up to the eyeballs in jackets and scarfs and I was still in a t shirt, not that I was the tough Aussie but most of the locals were also in Ts.
Our hotel called the Fox suites is located on the main avenue into town handy as it's about a 3 km round trip walking. Banff Ave has at least 40 hotels in the space between us and the main shops. This place must really go off in the busy season if you take how ...
Still travelling on the Rocky Mountaineer we followed the South Thompson river to Shuswap Lake .the Kicking Horse River leads to Kicking Horse Pass,then the engineering marvels of the Spiral Tunnels and over the Dividing Range. We then continued in to Banff National Park established in 1885 as Canada's first national park. Many were the stories of men's accomplishments and mischief as over the years the railway ...
In 1980 I worked at an advertising agency for six months. A miserable experience, but I learned a lot about how that business works...and decided it wasn't for me. While there I had a friend named Tina, a sharp young woman who was much more sophisticated than I was. She got married at Lake Louise in Canada, and her wedding pictures took my breath away. I vowed that I would go to Banff and Lake Louise someday and see it for ...
... Canyon through beautiful timberland along the lakes edges. Warnings are everywhere with respect to bears! If you camp on the opposite site of Stewart's Canyon you must carry a bear deterrent. We saw squirrels and two Mule Deer on our walk. We drove a circuit past Two Jack Lake and Cascade Ponds. Cascade Ponds is a favourite with locals as it has grassy meadows, clear shallow ...