Prince of Wales Hotel
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Rogerkarr stayed here on Jun 23, 2010 during their trip titled: Yellowstone/Grand Tetons/Glacier National Parks June 2010.
... dinner we had a thanksgiving buffet at the Bayshore Inn which was pretty good value. It was the last night before nearly everything closes down for the season in Waterton Lakes.
Monday 14 October
Awoke to a beautiful morning with no wind; a rare thing in Waterton. The temperature reached around 15 degrees over the day. Did a bit of sightseeing to Cameron Falls, Prince of Wales Hotel and a drive to Red Rock; obviously named. Some great scenery again, not as ...
... cleaned and restored to their former glory. There is an ecclectic and vivicious vibe as you stroll through the alley like streets surrounded by so much innovation and creativity. We stopped at the Mill St Brewery to sample creativity we could understand and critique with confidence. We timed it perfectly too because as we entered the brewpub the skies opened with a vengence, something we would not have been prepared for. We snacked on some BBQ chicken wings and sipped our drinks ...
... my stay, then back to he coffee shops who were probably sick of me, especially after being a **** tipper the day before... I'm sorry but its really not that hard to press a button on a machine and make a coffee! Thankfully by mid afternoon the rain FINALLY cleared and I was justified to stick around as the scenery was amazing. Squashed in two hikes and a Canyon Visit in that afternoon with the best one being the Bear Hump which offered pretty amazing views over ...
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- Free parking