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... experience can be about respect and honor and not all about profit. I see this in the US as well so it is not unique to the Glacier. Our National Parks only allow one company to run a monopoly in the parks and they do so with cheaply run, overpriced, under-quality facilities and they have no competition so they can do whatever they want. I don’t agree with that at all. I am not sure how things are run here. But I do see that at least here, unlike the ...
... we set off on our ice walk, started to rain slightly. Firstly we had to navigate the rocky area, before actually getting onto the glacier. It didn't take long to get used to the chains on our shoes. Our guide gave a very informative talk about the glacier and its history. During our two hour ice walk we covered about 2kms. It was a great experience and I am so glad I went.
After the icewalk ...
... enough to have dinner, and we went to this really cool new place right in the middle of Banff Ave called Park Distillery and Restaurant - it was fantastic and reasonable and great menu choice. Hopefully we'll get back there before we leave. Boring blog today, but nice to just chill out a bit for us. The holiday is really slipping by now! Checking in at the Rimrock tomorrow! Really looking forward to ...
... came out my mouth! We couldn't believe it, a male moose was literally meters from us munching away at the vegetation in the least swampy area possible! Had I been looking the same way as everyone else we most certainly would have missed him, (just saying!)
As Paulie ground to a skidding halt, he turned to face us to see what all the commotion was and at the angle he was standing (as if ...
... catch a bus downtown to find our hotel. We were only staying in Calgary for the one night as the next day we were headed up to Banff to visit my friend Jarrod and see the amazing scenery. The next day we hopped on a bus to Banff and made our way to Jarrod's place not too far from where the bus dropped us off. Jarrod was at work for the day but his roommates welcomed us and we left our bags before heading off to explore the Main Street of Banff. Banff is a small town ...