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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Slept pretty well and awoke to the view out our back windows - snow-capped hills. Very cute. Took off for breakfast at Le Fournil, the French bakery. Breakfast okay, coffee just okay. Next stop shopping for food then home to deliver before going back to the village, about two or three kilometres away, to try coffee at Good Earth cafe. Marginally better. Also ...
- By the time we left home this morning it was more cloud than sun but, being optimistic, Sherwood and I decided to take the gondola to the top of sulphur mountain.
Once at the top we walked across to the Cosmic Ray Station which was built about mid-fifties for Canada to take part ...
... was a spectacular building. "Can you imagine the views from your bedroom window if you got to stay in that place!" said AJ. AJ and BJ soaked in their surroundings, enjoying every minute with its new sights and wonders. Eventually they noticed the sun was dipping lower on the horizon and they realised the day was drawing to a close. The Daddy and his friends reluctantly got back into the van and they all headed back out onto the highway and back to their ...
... Texas, but this is God's coloring!
This festival for our eyes began as we left Calgary, driving by the site of the 1988 Winter Olympics. Strange to see ski jumps without any snow--look like huge skateboard ramps! The site was very compact, unlike some of the more recent Olympics where different events were held all over the country. I would have liked to tour the park but we were headed to Cochrane and the day's drive was long.
We drove by lake and streams that ...
... to ever extract him from his parking place!!?? Looking to our left just as we started to pass the populated area, we saw Deer Lodge and a lovely patio overlooking the mountains and Lake Louise in the near distance...with NO ONE sitting there! Could it be possible that we had found the only place in the area that was not inundated with tourists? Indeed we had. We were seated graciously on that patio and spent the next hour having a perfectly delightful meal. John had a ...