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TravelPod Member ReviewsBow View Lodge Banff
Stayed here with a Cosmos Tour Group, very comfy, warm, nice view of the Bow River from our balcony. Close to town, walking trail by the river. Staff attentive and obliging when we asked for extra coffee, for the coffee maker in our room. Came with a fridge as well. However no Ironing board, but, I didn't need it, I'm on holiday
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11th October Sleep in today - nahhh, had eggs Benedict over in the restaurant with smoked salmon -yum and their coffee's not too bad either. Went back to my room and started trying to find a lass from Edithburgh that was living here that Barb had told me about (but at that stage Barb didn't have her contact details) via face book etc and found who …
Fri 10th October
Well time to say farewell to Jasper and it's train which pulls in every hour, what an awesome place, just like a small country town but more souvenir shops than pubs..
Was picked up by the next Moose bus for the last leg back to Banff. This bus was quite smaller than the first one I was in and heaps lower - yes hit my head …
Left Calgary bright & early, stopped off at the Olympic Park, quick stop in Canmore & then on to Banff. trip out to Lake Minnewanka, picnic by the lake, drive up Tunnel Mountain & back to town, staying at the Bow View Lodge for 2 nights allegedly this is deepest bear country but the wildest things we've seen so far are some chipmunks & …
Up early this morning, to spy Elk, Wolves, Cougars and Bears, I must have been making too much noise, I didn't see any!! I did see a tiny Hummingbird and some Canada Geese, and some Chipmunks though .. Also Goods Train see short Video, (accidental bonus). It was cold, clear and lovely out. Had Brunch, see photo, before heading off for the afternoon …
... area with nice and very clean buses making the rounds about every 40 minutes from the campground (and other points) into Banff, out to some other outlying areas, and to the Banff Springs Hotel, an old historic hotel built by a railroad companty. Yay for us! For $1 apiece we walked about 500 yards from our campsite, jumped on a bus, and were off for the afternoon.
We did the usual looky-loo shops (bought a magnet, Laura) and then had lunch at "The ...