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... walk the short distance with the rest of us, obviously he disagreed! It became one of those wish i hadn't picked a battle moments as he screamed, cried and generally was unpleasant. I got some very nasty looks from other tourists and found it all rather un-enjoyable. When we got going again i was pleased to be able to take a turn driving and have a little break from my little tyrant ;)
On one brief pit stop we came across a little chipmunk which was ...
Morne runs the Cliffhouse Bistro at Mt. Norquay. http://summer.banffnorquay.com/#cliffho use-bistro. We had lunch there which involved going up to the restaurant by chairlift. It is the chairlift used for the skiers during winter. The cliff house Bistro has just been reopened after being closed for 35 years. It was built in the ...
... the right thing to do next so we went to the Canadian wine shop and did just that. We tasted 4 Canadian wines from the Niagara peninsula and Okanagan Valley in British Columbia. Very nice, and you don't often get to taste them as they are not exported.
Later we took ourselves to the Rundle Lounge and shared a delicious flatbread washed down with a beer (Simon) and G&T (me) while listening to a local country band play some of the oldies and ...
... have been nice. If there was one we didn't see it. http://www.trailpeak.com/trail-Three-Si sters-Pass-near-Canmore-AB-0250 160; ; 160; ; 160; ; Looking at the attached link after the fact, it appears we were very close.. and the directions seem so much more ...
... up the mountain, occasionally crossing underneath the ascending and
descending gondolas. It did occur to us on several occasions what the occupants
must think of the people below who were hiking up when there was a perfectly
good working order gondola to take them up, or are these people so cheap that
they would hike up just to get a free trip back.
were passed on a couple of occasions by more experienced ...