Ramada Limited Golden
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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Left Vancouver this morning with Zeets feeling a little better, but still weak. Population of Vancouver and surrounding area 2 000 000. 723 kms to cover today.... big day. Most freight in Canada goes via rail to save the roads from expensive damage by trucks in the very wet and snowy climate. The sunny weather we had been enjoying the whole time so …
... creating a brilliant buzz for the Birthday girls. They had got wind earlier on at the Buchan about the reason for this gathering which is for the annual World famous fireworks competition called ‘Festival of Light’ something we had known about for months but had kept secret from them.
Us cunning Smiths, however, had it covered by telling the gullible two that we had to have ...
... from the cars in front hoping a car would pull out, and sure enough we saw some people about to leave so claimed the spot!
Coach loads of tourists lined the bottom end of the lake, taking selfies in front of the lake, in front of the chateau, in front of anything. We continued past the crowds and headed up on one of the trails. It was still fairly busy, occasionally passing someone else, or being overtaken.
It was a pleasant walk, steadily uphill, more so ...
... off. No sign of remorse, despite us not hiding our annoyance. She was the subject of our righteous fury for the rest of the way down!
Towards the bottom, the trails were super-busy with people just looking for a baby-hike. At the lakefront, it was even crazier, with numbers of people on a par with some of the sights we went to in central Chicago! The car parks were the final straw – utter chaos, with queues coming in, ...
A drive to Lake Louise, I don't think you could ever get tired of this scenery and then it's time to ride the gondola/ chairlift. This is supposedly one of the best opportunities to catch sight of a bear and I think I wouldn't even mind that. Roberta is very excited that we spy one down below before he ambles off into the trees. A visit to the wildlife centre near the top of the gondola and then the return trip with another sighting of a grizzly bear. Paul and Rick have a better ...