Silver Creek Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... take a closer look but the boys were moving a bit quickly through the trees causing them to all get up and the stag to look rather agitated so they hightailed it back to the waiting van!
We picked Conrad up shortly after and had a delicious lunch in down tone Banff at Earl's. The kids had their first taste of Fettucine Alfredo which was a great success. We then wandered for a bit before heading back to the house in ...
... upon which the sun was shining! This put a kick in our steps! Be sure to check out our photo! Even better than this, from about 10:00 on, we had "blue skies smiling at us!" More About Our Train: Today, there were 25 "pieces of equipment" on our train (3 locomotives, 10 passenger-filled cars, a number of "dead (empty) passenger cars," a Parlor Car (for the use of our car and one other), and crew and other support cars). Our train to Kamloops carried 300 passengers. ...
... icy streams. The rain stopped and the clouds broke offering just tantalising glimpses of the powerful lady at the head of this demolition site of rock and rubble. By now we were walking alone meeting the occasional serious hiker heading back down the track. This was more like it, reminiscent of our holidays on the mountains of Wales. We were in our element. Looking back down the valley, Louise was ...
... cell phones much due to the $1 cost per minute, but we anticipated being able to stay in touch using the Web. Not so. We did have WiFi at our first stop, but the campground in Canmore where we spent 6 days had lousy service. We were only able to get online a couple of hours the very first day. The other 5 days: absolutely nothing. The campground has signs that they’ve been trying to get the city to upgrade its WiFi service, but at this point it’s virtually worthless.
Our second time here, parked in Tunnel Mtn. Campground inside of Banff National Park.
Liked our site last time better, as it faced the mountains - this time, they were behind us, and we would have had to go into the road to see them, but still, a beautiful place to be.
Spent some time in the town centre of Banff on our first day, and on our second day we drove along Bow River Parkway (1A) to Lake Louise Ski Area, where we ...