Ramada Limited Golden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... they have raised the speed limit on the Hwy to 120 kph. Anyway we got to Lynnes and Set up camp on her Driveway. She had quickly whipped up dinner and opened a bottle of red in true Kamloopian style hospitality..great to see her and catch up, thanks Lynne see you on our return.
Sunday: Busy start to the day, farewelling Lynne and then hitting the Superstore to stock our larder, so nice to have a fridge we are both excited... we ...
Im Jasper NP haben wir eine Wanderung entlang des Maligne Canyon unternommen, sind bei etwa 30° in den –doch schon ziemlich kalten- Edith Lake gesprungen und haben den Annette Lake umrundet.
Auf und um den Iceflields Parkway –auch bekannt als der schönste Highway der Welt- zwischen Jasper und Lake Louise, haben wir einen ganzen Tag verbracht. Es gibt immer wieder Aussichtspunkte und kleine ...
... Ammolite is apparently more rare than diamonds and comes in many beautiful shiny colours. At the factory we were told that this particular gem is only found in this area and they think they will complete mining this rare resource in the next ten years. They had ...
... front of our car. After we managed to swerve around him, he decided to take a leisurely stroll at his own pace and walk off the other side. Perfect. The scenery was amazing with lots of mountains, bridges, creeks and rivers - gorgeous! Along the way we stopped off at a place called Mt. Edith Cavell and saw more spectacular views. Further down the parkway we found a secluded lake; we put our Bear Grylls skills to test by scurrying, climbing and descending through ...
... Until this section of the Trans-Canada Highway was completed there was not road that crossed Canada uninterrupted. The road was completed in 1962 and required several slide shelters and an avalanche control plan. To this day the Canadian Army uses Howitzer canons to bring down the snow in a controlled way to keep the road open.
After checking out the memorial and monument we visited the Glacier National Park ...