Bow View Lodge
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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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Patchy sun improving through the day, snow on the mountain. 5° - 22°C
We woke at about 6:30, Greg having slept through till 6 which was good. Went for a walk downtown to look for breakfast. Found that nothing opens until at least after 9 am. The hotel is a very easy walk from there. We stopped at a Waffle place that was just opening so decided …
Left home Friday arvo to drive to Jenny's who then dropped us off at Hornsby Station. We met Bob at Central as he had kindly offered to drive us to the airport hotel. We firstly went to see Geoff and Claire then picked up Karen to go to dinner. It was great to catch up with them after their 5 month stint in Sweden over a tasty Italian meal. Bob …
On our way to Banff and Jasper we arrived in the outskirts of Calgary. Wow, what a great little city. We got some "housekeeping: done: washed the RV, went to Safeway, and Best Buy. My laptop cooler died, so I had to get a new one, thus the trip to Best Buy. We continued our journey and arrived in Banff last night and today we drove to Lake Louise. While in Banff we reminisced our trip here 12 years ago when we stayed in ...
Graham and I went to look for wildlife today and to see Lake Moraine, which we have heard is far more beautiful than Lake Louise.
We were rather late leaving home but set off onto the Parkway hoping for great things. In the end, and having driven nearly 50km at 50km an hour, the most exciting thing we saw was a fire, which had been set, ...