Spruce Grove Inn
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There are better places, confusing room layout no fridge or anything comfortable for Aussies. Too far away from town.
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... Nov 20, Lake Louise
Our 1 year travel anniversary! We made it. I can’t believe its been a year, the best year of our lives. A year of adventures, freedom, friendships, memories, learning, dreaming and just a hell of a lot of laughs. Seeing the world in a new perspective, meeting people on the same wave and meeting people who get us. It's been unreal!We spent the perfect day Snowboarding at Lake Louise, visiting Banff and relaxing in the Radium Hot springs. Our first ...
... months) and that it was closed due to it being an avalanche through route, I was really gutted. Until that moment. Lake Louise completely made up for that. Even with the mist that hid a lot of the mountains.
We were pretty wet by this point (waterproof my ****) as it had been steadily snowing for most of the walk but we decided to carry on and see how far we could ...
We woke up and had some breakfast at a nearby french restaurant (eggs, toast, sausages). Then we drove to Banff and to a gondola that goes to the top of Sulphur Mountain. There was a huge line there, but eventually we hopped onto a gondola and rode it to the top of the mountain (~2300 meters above sea level). ...
... up on a short 5km drive to the summit of the mountain to start the walk!!! No mention of that on the leaflet! Now I gather that there must also be a host of other walks that you can do there as well, but as it was now around 3.30pm it was too late for us to explore those possibilities and the proposed $27 bus fare each had left a sour taste in our mouths, especially when we had only spent $25 in total for a week-long pass to the ...
... climate -- July and August are the primary vacation months. We knew it would be busy, but this was the only time this year we could travel here.
I hope you enjoy today's selection of photos. We really appreciate the feedback we've been receiving from many of you. It keeps me motivated to prepare the blog each day.
Rainer and Julie
P.S. Yesterday I forgot to include a video that Julie took with her iPhone of the Takakkaw Falls. So here's a bonus for the day. ...