Econo Lodge Canmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... friendly streets and the small town population gave it a lovely local feel. We got the impression from the lack of tourists that this is still a bit of a hidden gem.
With a mixture of cafés, restaurants and art shops it made for a wonderful afternoon ambling around this colourful wooden town and we couldn’t help but stop for a drink outside a little local Italian restaurant. ...
... the indigenous population from the incursion of the white settlers instead of the other way round. Of course the RCMP are really just Federal police now but the talk was interesting with stories of this policing from the 1960-90 era. Banff is a small town of 9000 inhabitants whose sole reason for being is the tourist trade so a walk downtown is a visit to an endless array of tourist tat, eateries, quant hotels and woe betide anyone ...
Friday 15/5 - We woke up to a beautiful morning today (see pic) even though the weather forecast was for rain. First up we had a little skype session with Mikaela who is in Athens. She was recouping from her Italy tour and getting ready for the Greek Islands. After that I sat outside in the sun and had breakfast and admired the view. We spent the day in Canmore today and just took it easy. Caught up on some laundry, went ...
... a bed! Brrrr -20 and it's a little cold in Banff, bags dropped off at the hostel, which has an odd snowboarding vibe but looks good. We wandered downtown and booked our two activities with Discover Banff. The first was and Ice Walk around Johnson's Canyon. We were picked up in a little blue bus, and drove to the canyon whilst Anik (our guide) made a lot of pushed jokes but informed us on the area. Anik seemed a little to much after the few hours sleep we had had, so when ...
... the other lakes and although the commentary was informative I am glad we hadn't forked out the $45 that we should have paid. We picnicked and walked up a trail nearby but it was further to the top than we thought and walking through the forest not seeing bears got a bit boring. We retuned to Canmore to explore the town centre . Canmore has lots of big expensive houses which was reflected in the lovely shops, I ...