Falcon Crest Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFalcon Crest Lodge Canmore
Falcon Crest Lodge was great, having a full kitchen and separate lounge area. Meant we could cook our own meals. Very helpful staff at the front desk with advice about things to do in Canmore. One of the good things was Samsung flat screen TVs; meaning you can plug your USB in to watch movies.
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... catch up with a few people he knew who were there from across the ditch.
The kids were a bit cranky after so much time lately in the car so we decided to have a cruizy morning. We watched Aladdin (on VHS!), had some morning tea then decided it was time to go enjoy the outdoors. The Silver Tip Golf Course is a short walk away so we went exploring with Johnny. The kids had a ball and a frisbee which made for lots of running and ...
... tickets on the Ice Explorer, and on the brand new Glacier Skywalk. I feel a little creepy about both things because they seem so out of place here. I hope this glorious place on earth does not become another Disney. The precedence has been set, though. Very scary. I did get off the explorer long enough to have my picture taken and then this Florida girl hopped right back on. Slushy and slippery and it was sleeting. There ...
... there’s hardly any difference in price between regular gasoline and diesel fuel. Groceries are expensive as well. Some of the items we saw in the store were twice what we pay in the U.S.
You may remember some years ago when the U.S. flirted with the idea of converting to the metric system, since we were out of step with the rest of the world. I may be wrong, but it seems to me like about the only remnants of that effort are in water, wine, and liquor bottles – ...
... that I’m sure most people in the area don’t even visit which is a shame.
We had already decided that we were going to head into Banff town tonight to check out the nightlife so we headed back home to get a shower and get ready for the night ahead. Tim had a craving for steak as he hadn’t had one since Big Vern’s way back in Texas (how long ago does that seem now?!) and I fancied some seafood so ...
... alongside taking in all that we could, both our cameras decided to pull the pin on us that day. But we managed a few good photos and videos.
Lake Louise had big shoes to fill after seeing Lake Meraine. They were both pretty amazing though! The water was not as blue as Meraine, but the scenery just as stunning. Minus the endless touro's lurking in the back of our photos. The Fairmont that was perched right next to the lake was just adequate to add to the scenery ...