Ramada Limited Golden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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gerade entwickeln die Bilder, die euch heute sicher vom Hocker reißen werden! Wir sind morgens entspannt aufgebrochen - ab in die Berge. Nach Calgary geht es relativ schnell bergauf und man beginnt, die Berge zu sehen. Leider war es ein absolutes Mistwetter mit Regen und Hochnebel, aber wie ihr uns kennt, haben wir uns …
... where we will be spending the next three nights. We booked to stay at a small independent hotel, which could have gone either way, but fortunately when we arrive it is really nice, and we get upgraded which is even better. The room is vast and possibly the same size as our entire house!
Maybe our luck is changing, we've had cloud and cold, stones and people hitting our car, but maybe this is a sign that things are going to ...
... hotter. A short drive from there was the Giant Cedars trail which was absolutely beautiful. It was much cooler in what felt like a rainforest. A boardwalk takes you through this whole trail which features cedar trees older than 500 years! Huge lush trees, the fresh air was amazing. The pictures don't really do it justice. Next we drove to Glacier National Park. The ac in the truck felt great for this 30 ...
... seemed very nice and Jenny was chatting him up all along the way. I thought this was weird as she was telling him which way to go etc. I didn't know, because I was in the back that she was trying to keep him awake, as she could see him nodding off as he drove. He had started his shift at 3:30am and it was now about 2 pm. He ended up getting completely lost and had no idea where he was going in the end. He couldn't work his Navman as he said the roads ...
... und Bilder machen.
Wieder raus aus der Tourigegend haben wir uns im Yoho NP den mit 344m zweithöchsten Wasserfall Kanadas angesehen, den Takakkaw Fall, und sind am Emerald Lake mal wieder auf eine Wandertour gegangen. Der letzte Nationalpark in und um den Rockies war schließlich der Revelstoke NP. Hier haben wir allerdings nicht allzuviel Zeit verbracht. Wir haben uns hier riesige, bis zu 500 Jahre alte Zedern angeschaut und sind ...