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9am flight from Edmonton to Las Vegas From the air red desert & a flash of the Colorado River. Big flat low rise city with backdrop of mountains. Then we flew into the city centre which is full of top class hotels all massive in size. A shuttle bus too us to the hotel. We checked into the Bellagio Hotel, mid morning. The reception desk had 24 counters! Yes that was 24 & there was probably > 200 people lined up to check in & we were lucky as ...
... know they are coming. Sounded a bit like Santa's sleigh..jingle bells, jingle bells. Hey bears, woohoo, breakfast is here!! Met a lovely Girl from Oz, Mackay no less, as we wondered around trying to find a decent coffee. Morgan offered to get it for us and brought us two giant lattes with some chocs, all compliments of the Fairmont. Not too shabby. She showed us some video she took of the Northern Lights at Lake Louise just a week ago. ...
... ride before we ran out of storage!! The rest of the day was spent in Banff buying some souvenirs for the girls and of course ourselves! Back at the hotel (the biggest chateau of the trip), we did some exploring and got a little bit lost, it is massive! Now off to dinner now and perhaps I'll try some Alberta beef! Or maybe not, I had enough last night to last until I can have some more Gooloogong ...
... flat white coffee in Canmore ( flat whites are popping up more and more around here, and so are cafes- they are very popular, much more so than in the US where it's mostly Starbucks and CoffeeBean) drove to Sunshine Ski Village ( just for old time's sake ) quite strange doing that drive with not a speck of snow in sight! There were a few cars in the carpark though cause there are some good hikes from ...
... never heard of it!)
We stopped in the mountains to see the model of the Spiral Tunnels where massive tunnels were carved through the mountains for train travel - impressive engineering, and on Sunday we will ourselves go through these circular tunnels when we are on Rocky Mountaineer leaving Banff.
We stopped at beautiful Emerald Lake, and again at Natural ...