Sandman Inn Cranbrook

Address: 405 Cranbrook Street, Cranbrook, British Columbia, V1C 3R5, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 405 Cranbrook Street, Cranbrook, is near Canadian Museum of Rail Travel.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Cranbrook

    National Park'n it up!

    A travel blog entry by ludwigs09 on Aug 13, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... of people the scenery really was beautiful- the Rockies are so different than other mountain systems we've been through. On the same road we entered Banff National Park. I liked Banff a lot more due to the rivers that flowed through. They were turquoise in color. The glaciers were everywhere-and we could see the ice along the top of the mountains flowing in- so neat! It was rainy most of the way through the parks so pictures were not as clear as ...

    It Was A "Steele" of a Deal

    A travel blog entry by luv-n-laughter on Aug 07, 2014

    25 photos

    ... buns look delicious. “Are there raisins or nuts in them,” I ask. “No there is not,” answers the lady behind the counter, named Mrs. Underhill. We each order a bun and a coffee and sit at the table and chairs inside the bakery. The bun is divine! I finish mine in record time. “You really were hungry, weren’t you?” my husband comments. “Yes, I was. Remember, we did not eat a thing yet today and ...

    Day 4: July 14, 2014: Kalispell to St. Eugene

    A travel blog entry by travelingmama on Jul 14, 2014

    123 photos

    ... the Red Jammers in the 1920s and are still using them today to tour the park. The Sun Road opened in 1932. Glacier National Park was made a park in 1910 by Teddy Roosevelt. Trees in the park were called Lodge pole pines. That was what they used to make lodges. We passed the McDonald Creek. Bald Spots on the mountains are Avalanche shoots. They do not allow white water rafting in the park. There is a place called Triple Divide Rain Drop, West Area McDonald, St. Marys River ...

    Head Smashed In

    A travel blog entry by baumyj on Oct 02, 2013

    20 photos

    ... jerky. But we also learned that the organs were the delicacy and that the bones were smashed to collect the marrow and the fat. There were bone cups but also containers ...

    The sixth border crossing

    A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel on Jun 26, 2013

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... 8217;s groupies.
    Starbucks? Pah! I bite my thumb at you! (That’s for you Bettina). At Tim’s you
    can get two decent coffees, maple ring donut to die for and a blueberry muffin
    for under five bucks (including tax)!! And they have free wi-fi access! What
    more can you ask for – we’re gonna miss you!