Charlton's Cedar Court
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCharlton's Cedar Court Banff
our room is a loft... the stair to go up to bedroom is pretty narrow so it needs to be extra careful if need to go down to bathroom at night. It is clean, spacy, and the bed is comfortable. It is about 10 min walk from downtown Banff
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Pete and I both did not sleep very well last night. Just quietly, I think we might be over this cold weather.
Spent the morning doing our washing, not very exciting but had to be done.
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Today was our first full day in Banff.
Decided to hire a car which was a great decision as we got to get out and explore the countryside.
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Today we left Yellowknife at an early start of 5.25 to head to Banff.
Flight was perfect to Calgary via Edmonton, we all even managed a sleep.
Couple of hours at Calgary airport and then a shuttle bus to Banff.
We arrived in Banff around 2.30pm and was a beautiful trip (managed another sleep).
None of us are …
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... campground two nights in a row, so we could leave our tent
to dry out in the sun.
After spending a couple weeks in U.S. national parks, there
were some noticeable differences in the Canadian version. For one, the park was
slightly more developed and less rugged, including a fence separating wildlife