Mystic Springs Chalets & Hot Pools
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the big kids.
On our way back we saw a young moose and his mother, such excitement and many photos taken. We watched them for a while, enjoying their size and chilled nature, although mum clearly wanted to move on and her son was having none of it!
The following day we went to Johnston Canyon to admire the waterfalls. It is a very popular spot for good reason, we were lucky enough to arrive before the major onslaught of ...
... a theme... and wandering in a chocolate shop had us opening our wallets for some sickeningly chewy delights. Enduring freezing conditions, (up until a couple of days ago Banff was covered in snow - the remnants of which were still clearly visible), we made Michael drive us one block up from our hotel to The Keg restaurant....yes they still exist!! A beautiful steak and a few wines later had us tucked up in bed ready for another amazing day driving through The ...
Rocky Mountaineer Day 2
Well had to be up at 5:30 am Now its not good for retirees!!
The train departed at 7 for Banff, 13 hrs later we arrived at 8:30 PM mountain time which is forward an hour crossing boprder into Alberta.
Along the way it was flat for a while with mountains around us. Number of rivers, first a bit blue colour then very clear water changing to a milky clour caused ...
... in Banff to live in Banff, and you can’t be a retiree there unless you had at least five years of service in Banff. We were told that if there was a forest fire that threatened Banff, the forest service would not do anything to try to save the town – unless the forest service itself had set the fire as a controlled burn and it had gotten out of control. In that case, they’d fight the fire. A natural forest fire, though, could just burn the town down – and it ...
... Left Lake Louise to travel to Jasper. It was mammoth mountains, jagged snowy peaks and glaciers..we went on to one of the glaciers (Athabasca Glacier) via a "Snocoach". Today we also saw a grizzly bear and a black bear from our bus. We are staying in Log Cabins in Jasper(the beds are extra high and we went to the lobby and asked if they could provide some steps for the vertically challenged Colleen!!) and today (19th) enjoyed a bus tour ...