Silver Creek Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I couldn't have imagine a better way to spend my last few days before leaving on my long adventure then to say bye to all my friends and spend my last night with a guy I really care about. After spending a fantastic week with my family and best friend on the beach I went home to my small little mountain town, Canmore. Had 3 days to pack, say my goodbyes, clean and do all my last minute ...
... ever had. The Shiraz was awesome too. The thing that ****** me off the most was that after a pretty good day and night, just as we were getting ready for bed Rosie says that she has to go for a smoke and she never comes back. It's apparent that she's going across the street for a sleep or ****! I had a pretty restless sleep this night, no help in the fact that she left the ******* heater ...
After two days sightseeing on a coach, we spent the night in Banff, then it would be onto the train for two days.
Banff is a quaint little ski town. A cross between Hahndorf and Bright (in Victoria), except it is surrounded by enormous snow capped mountains on all sides.
We spent one night here and as I explored the main street, actually going on a search for REAL coffee, ...
... the view from inside was picture postcard perfect and the Buffett was delicious. As full as a fat lady's sock, to quote Chris, we wandered around the gardens and down to the lake. The view of the snowy mountains meeting the lake was chocolate box material. You can imagine my surprise when I turned to find half a dozen young, strapping Mounties walking behind me. They each carried a pointed lance adorned with a red and white flag. Further on there was ...
Slightly early start this morning as Taya decides she would like a walk in the woods with Rich. Breakfast, and packing, begins while Emma tries to rest after little sleep over night. It's far from quiet, as poor Taya is teething and crawling around our small chalet, and her brother is wanting his borrowed Thomas book read over and over again - he must know he has to give the book back to reception in a few hours!
Emma heads out for Taya's morning nap while Rich ...