The Glacier View Inn
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... I thought it was a really unique and interesting way of operating that allows the horses a beautiful freedom that they otherwise wouldn’t have. Again…pretty sure the US doesn’t do this. Very cool.
We finally left Lake Louise and decided to head to Lake Moraine. We had such a blast doing the canie ride on Lake Louise and have always wanted to do the one on Moraine. I know that if we return next time in winter we ...
... crying. Finally the woman next to me woke up and I went to the bathroom again. From the small airplane bathroom mirror I saw immediately I had broken out in hives across my chest which (for those of you who are avid blog followers of mine) know that is the first sign of a condition that often lands me in the ER on steroids to stop the reaction. I took a Claritin when I got back to my seat and I was able to switch to the window ...
... Banff is full of them selling tons of souvenir tat. And some of it was so bad, we couldn't resist having a $10 challenge with each other.
Over the next few days, we all had to buy a terrible present - the worse the better. I was buying for Lee and found some horrendous sun visors and the ugliest pair of glasses I've seen in my life.
... is that a word?) Well you get the picture. We hit a lot of weather on this 4 hour drive but it was really beautiful in between downpours. There started to be some blue sky showing just as we pulled into Banff and were able to get settled in our Campsite at the Tunnel Mountain Trailer Court with just a few drizzles. The name Trailer Court rather reminds me of a Mobile Home Park but the Park couldn't be further from ...
... a few feet below. We then went back down the mountain without seeing any other wildlife, and had breakfast at the ski lodge.
Then Mike and Lorraine headed off for Bow Lake to kayak and we went to the Village to get on the internet to pay bills and get some of our blog updated.
Later that afternoon, all of us drove back to the ski lodge to go back up on the mountain in hopes of seeing a grizzly, etc. Our trip up ...