Travel Blogs from Jasper
As we're having some connectivity issues (third try at uploading several pics failed), we'll share a reflection each on our experiences thus far:
Laura – Alaska is huge, meaning we spent more time in the car than either of us imagined. Which, in some ways, has lead to more of a sight-seeing trip than a "doing" trip. That …
Kapitel 10: Jasper Nationalpark 30. April - 1. Mai 2008 Nach vielen Stunden Autofahrt und einer Uebernachtung in Clearwater, BC erreichten wir den Jasper Nationalpark. Zu diesem Kapitel faellt uns nicht viel ein, es sind so viele Eindruecke der Natur, dass wir sie euch am besten mit den Bildern vermitteln koennen... Chapter 10: Jasper National Park …
... the magnificent views along the road. Our accommodations are a little outside of the town site so we head up the hill and soon come to our cottages. Some were very large and new, more like a vacation home for a group. Our cottage was a duplex and we actually checked in at the same time as the ...
... all the campgrounds with showers were full up. And the First-Come-First-Served campgrounds were chancy. Soooo, I booked a room for 3 nights in the cheapest hotel in Jasper. The bad news; itsy bitsy room, bath down the hall, (shared) right above the noisy hotel bar. Good news: clean warm, in the middle of town and I don't need to set my tent up in the driving rain at 50 degrees, expected to go down to ...
... if there were any replies to my emails for Banff accommodation NONE starting to get desperate. As usual we had a hearty breakfast filled the flask with Carol's beautiful ground coffee. It's lovely talking to different people each morning and exchanging our thoughts and what we are doing travel wise. Young couple on motorbike down from Edmonton getting away from work for a few days.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking