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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
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... Landing was established in 1888, but was flooded in 1941 and is now an underwater dive site and is considered the best preserved examples of a submerged historic village in Canada.
TOP TIP $19 Food can be a problem whilst travelling but here in Banff I recommend ‘Melissa’s for any meal of the day and the Irish Pub, Banff for Thursday night specials. The old Spaghetti Factory (franchise) is also ...
... hostel and also marveled at how much more spectacular the view was once I put on my glasses. I don't think I will ever go hiking without my glasses again. I'm convinced I'm going blind. What else have I missed out on simply because I couldn't see properly? Bruce took some lovely photos and acted as our voice of reason throughout the day.
Someday I hope to make it to the summit of Cascade, it is an absolutely gorgeous mountain, and definitely worth the challenging hike.
... we were an hour delayed or so, we eventually made it to Strathmore with a quick stop in Drumheller. Soon after we arrived we went out for dinner and drinks with Breanne, the girlfriend of Jenna's brother and later Hannah, a friend of hers, joined us too. We got pretty drunk and went into a bar afterwards where we stayed until close (we were the last ones in there), then we went into a club nearby. We had some more drinks, talked a lot and stayed until the club was ...
Long, long days up here in Alberta. We went to bed last night at 10 PM and it was still light out, somewhat. And this is the end of July. The days must be short in December.
The word for the day is GLACIERS. And we saw LOTS of them today. We left the hotel this morning at 8:35 and 50 degrees (which bottomed out at 46 and a 20 MPH wind.) We did see 58 at times, but not often. The weather was mostly overcast with some rain. We spent a good deal of time ...
... third of the parkway all the peace and quiet disappear. As we approach Jackson Canyon cars line both sides of the road for a thousand feet on either side of the parking lot. All of them are encroaching on the roadway making it nearly impossible for cars traveling in opposite directions to get past one another. I exaggerate- two passing Smart cars could get by relatively easily. Boy will we be happy when we get away from the thundering herds of ...