Silver Creek Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... my last night in town before getting up early to get back to the Tannas’ to see the kids off to school.
Wed 19th Nov, Calgary
We had breaky with the kids before school, had a few photos with them then said our last goodbyes. The rest of our morning was spent packing and we soon hit the road for Calgary around midday. We stopped in at a little town just north of calgary to say goodbye to Cheryl since she had been away for work. So that was really nice that ...
Conrad was off early this morning for another day with the ISSW. After dropping him off Johnny returned with a box of Tim Horton's - yummy donuts!!!
Since we were all up and ready to go before ten we headed to Banff to check out some of the local sights. We began our journey at the Banff Springs Hotel, what a majestic place that is! Such a large grand building, Cam and Matty were impressed with the swords and armour mounted ...
... was very late. Gained another hour as we changed time zone. Very little to see except trains, rivers and mountains. We were givens small dinner snack with a second complimentary glass of wine. Reached Kamloops at 8:30 and transferred to our ...
... wherever you go around that part of Alberta!
One thing that really struck me was the sheer number of RVs that were on the roads. On every highway and byway, cars and trucks were pulling trailers, or there were Class C motorhomes (basically, living quarters built on van bodies). We saw a lot of Class A motorhomes as well (the Winnebago-type vehicles), but they were probably outnumbered 25-to-1 by Class Cs. And people drove them EVERYwhere, including up roads where the ...
... of sightseeing.. canyons, falls, train track history...the freight trains are up to 3 kms long, hundreds of wagons.....there is a spiral track through a mountain where we saw the same train entering, leaving and going back in while there was still a Km of the train to start the tunnels. We stayed in the Chateau at Lake Louise which is known as Canada's "Diamond in the Wilderness". Our room overlooked the lake which is a picture postcard ...