Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
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Deer, elk on roads; Cave and Basin Banff - really nice historical site, first Canada National Park.
Yoga, swim, spa at Elevation Place.
Lunch at home.
Movie 'the Imitation Game' at Banff mid afternoon. Great movie ...
Uhoh I don't feel too good today ... But what better way to cure a hangover than to go on a snow shoe walk at 8:15am. As I head out with all my bags to check out, Anik is there waiting for us, unfortunately she's early and we weren't ready, so I asked to be picked up last to give us time to store our bags and off course make some toast for breakfast (it was free, we couldn't miss it!). We were ready the second time the little blue bus came round, and ...
... the Wapta Lake and the Kicking Horse River, both of which we had seen yesterday along our bus tour. So, as you can see, we traveled through the same area, but with a different view, on our way to Kamloops. We truly experienced a "Rocky Mountain high" today, as we traveled toward and away from the Spiral Tunnels. That high is reflected in the number of pictures I have attached to this post. With these, I claim indulgence and beg forgiveness. The Spiral Tunnels, which ...
A very pretty ski resort town on the Bow river surrounded by the Rockies. Shopping is good, clothing reasonable price and plenty of vacancies for Help in shops as seen by adverts in windows.
Our bus took us up to the Gondola and we hopped on for the ride up to the top of Sulphur mountain. Great views and plenty of photo shots.
Seen little chipmunks and got a nice photo of a Marmot nibbling away. Supposed to be bears ...
Nancy writing here:
Prior to this trip, my exposure to Canada has been limited to flying into big cities for meetings or driving into Windsor across from Detroit when I worked for General Motors. The big cities seemed like any other city in the US except for the Canadian "aboot" and "eh". Windsor seemed very European--tidy, colorful houses, clean streets, very densely populated.
This trip showed me a face of Canada that I had never seen before. In Alberta province ...