Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Canmore
... and a hearty thumbs down. All I could do is shudder in apprehension and pray for God in His mercy to bestow upon me a proper bathroom. One with a toilet that didn’t look like a bucket with a hole that went down eight feet and was filled with the worst that humanity has to offer. Oh, and maybe a sink. With soap. Such was not to be my luck that day and at the next breathtaking overlook, I held my breath and tried to handle it like the mature adult I am. ...
Decided to have a lay day and not overdo it. Weather snowing. Went to mid morning aqua yoga class (tedious, full of older folk), swim and spa at the Elevation Centre. Coffee at Rave, so far the best since we left home. Shopping and posted bday gift to Terry - humorous book of Canadian travel writing. Talked to Elinor at the park on her way to pre-school, Lena and then did Buddha’s work, email, reading ...
We woke up this morning and met Len and Leatha outside their room for breakfast. They had already been out and spotted some elk on the local golf course. We just had breakfast at the restaurant in the hotel. We then went back t our rooms, grabbed our winter stuff and walked the couple minutes up the road to the Gondola at the Sulphur Mountain. The smell on the way up wasn't pleasant but the views ...
... of our cats, it's upsetting to leave a depressed cat and another cat who is spooked at her buddy's "clothing". And more upsetting to leave this burden to a friend! I walked out of our condo in tears when we left. This wine event includes: winery tours starting at 9 am each day, breakfasts, 3 lunches and 4 dinners paired with wines, including transportation to the tours. It sounds like a busy 4 days with only 90 ...
... a small beach. You can swim if you like. There are also picnic areas with fire pits. We then drove to the other side of Banff to see the Vermilion Lakes. A beautiful wetlands area consisting of a series of three shallow lakes surrounded by marshland - a rich basis for wildlife situated on the Bow Valley floor with Mt Rundle in the background. We spotted some Canadian Geese on the ...