Rundle Manor Apartment Hotel
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After 8 days at Silver Creek Lodge we finally checked out this morning and headed to the Juniper. Our room was not ready when we arrived so we took a quick drive over to Lake Minnewanka and did the loop drive to kill time. We were again over run by Asian tour buses. Jym finally looked this up since it is almost ridiculous. I truly feel like I have accidentally ended up in China. Apparently it is something called Golden Week which is a holiday for ...
From Yoho we drove to Lake Louise now again we were ready for the beauty as we had seen pictures but again it absolutely blows you away. We trekked up the mountain to Lake Agnes where they have an amazing tea house right on the edge of the mountain by a waterfall where they are making cakes and serving tea with water straight from the glacier lake! We sat here for ...
... of a mountain up one end.
Helen and I went up Gondola which takes about 8 minutes to get up to 2281 metres above sea level. It's an incredibly steep rate of accent up the side of Sulphur Mountain and once there you have the most incredible views across the mountain ranges. We were lucky as in the weeks before we arrived the state had suffered from forest fires and ...
... red and white with the maple leaf on it. We got a couple of great photos with Les our coach driver, when we returned to the bus!
We went out on a bus and then boarded our Ice Explorer which took us out and onto the Athabasca Glacier. The sun came out while we were out there and everything glistened. I expected it would be cold and wet underfoot, but it wasn't the case. We got a very good commentary, whilst we were going down on the Explorer ...
... guide was in a campsite not far from the lake when late at night a boom like thunder rolled across the valley. He asked his First Nation guides what the noise was, and they told him it was likely ice falling at the Lake of Little Fishes. The white man asked them to take him to the lake which he christened Lake Emerald, so became the discoverer and first man to visit the lake. *sigh* luckily attitudes have changed a bit....