Piccadilly Motel

Address: 4874 St Joseph Street, Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, V0A 1M0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4874 St Joseph Street, Radium Hot Springs.
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      A travel blog entry by bananita on Aug 10, 2014

      18 photos

      ... we weren't sure what kind of weather we might encounter along our trip. Totally came in handy on this part and I felt for the other tourists who were out on the ice in shorts.

      On the way through Banff, we did the requisite stop by the Fairmont Lake Louise to take in the sights and people watch. Being one of our longer driving days, we were happy to get to a motel in Radium Hot Springs and call it a day.

      Waterfalls, Inkpots and nightlife

      A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Aug 07, 2014

      12 photos

      ... By now it was my turn to feel weary so proceeded with plenty of grumbling coupled with a bit of bear paranoia. Tim had to cajole me up the top while we both sang made-up songs along the lines of “Mr Bear please don’t eat me” etc to keep us amused and also to notify any bears (if indeed there were any) that we were in their vicinity. After a very short walk (and bear-free!) we were rewarded with views of a very ...

      Morning Comes Early, But Travel Does Not

      A travel blog entry by luv-n-laughter on Aug 01, 2014

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... pull into the McDonalds drive-thru. Snacks in hand, we are back on the road, listening to GyPSy who soon settles into quiet while the road moves under us and we head toward our final destination.

      The David Thompson Highway is such a refreshing change from the Number 1. The scenery is breathtaking; the terrain has changed and is much rockier. There is the occasional oil or natural gas operation and there is a lot of logging going on, if ...

      The "Other" Rocky Mountains

      A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Jul 10, 2014

      9 photos

      ... pass through the gates. We noticed right away that unlike national parks in the US, this park has a big highway running through the middle, with the large town of Banff plopped right in the middle. Inside the town lies the park's visitor center along with fancy hotels, shops, and restaurants. We fought off tourists for a parking spot, grabbed the information we needed, and took off to find a campground. We opted for one of the park's ...


      A travel blog entry by shirlprins on Jun 14, 2014

      13 photos

      ... was the funniest Australian from Brisbane who had us in fits with his humour and as usual Jess and Richard had a nice surprise for us, the most delicious Maple whiskey liquor to toast a drink on the ice. As you can imagine high altitude and even just a small cup of the stuff got everyone quite tiddly. Jess likes to offer us little gems ( she calls them ) in the form of a lovely picnic at Frozen Bow Lake park, unfortunately ...

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      Spring 2012
      North Vancouver, Canada