- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 300ft beside the train track.
We saw a black bear with two cubs crossing a field, but by the time you had picked up your camera the train had passed. The mountains are getting bigger as we head into the Rockies, some are now snow capped.
The train passes Mount Robson, the highest point in the Rockies at 12,972ft.
We catch sight of ...
... become very turbulent and is a favourite spot for white water rafting. We’re feeling quite hot and the water looks very inviting. Perhaps we’ll come back here later and have a go ourselves!
Some time later we passed by an area called the Black Canyon and then went through the Black Canyon Tunnel. Just afterwards we came upon a large osprey nest on top of a telegraph pole and noticed a little head peeping out. This area is referred to ...
After enjoying Banff very much, we boarded the Rocky Mountaineer train on a beautiful sunny morning. The train had been held up by the need to wait for a passing freight train. This proved to be a regular pattern throughout the day. The freight trains are amazing and most had between 100 -150 carriages. Apparently they carry lots of oil, stock, coal and just about everything else. I kept think the Springsteen song about a freight ...
... that as we went higher up the mountains that it would be getter colder with lots of pine type trees up the slopes, however it did start off green and lush with pine trees and a few paddocks of corn and probably lucerne and a few paddocks with cows and a dairy, but it then became arid and desert like ...
... legal in the US. Years ago, (probably during prohibition time is my guess) bowling was popular in pubs or bars. There were no lanes; balls were just rolled across the floor. The number of pins and the distance all varied, according to this man. In an effort to discourage the "growing influence of the notorious gangster elements," states began making bowling illegal (all except Texas, I think) unless it was 10 pins and had ...