The Juniper Hotel
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... so not too impressive but a lovely spot none the less. it made for a gentle way to say goodbye to Canada, a superb location for a brilliant holiday.
We need to acknowledge Our coordinators for this trip as they truly got it right for us.Everything we wanted to do they facilitated. Everywhere they booked for us lived up to or surpassed our expectations. Every ...
... Jennifer the stars, and everybody had lots of dancing, and what a fantastic 2 piece band, they played music of all sort, great to dance too, sing, plenty of entertainment, what a terrific night, then all left by 2200 and presumably bed pretty soon to get ready for tomorrow's long bus trip. Weather: Not as good a day as yesterday, cloudy all day, no wind, nice and warm, a little rain in afternoon, and a perfect warm evening. Temp: ...
... 8217;t know, Google it (or better yet, look at our photos!). It’s a large old hotel at one end of a lake. Not just any lake though – a turquoise lake, fringed with spruce trees and surrounded by towering mountains capped with snow. Quite the view to wake up to if you’re lucky enough to be able to afford the lake-view rooms in the hotel. The rest of us have to brave the hoards to get a look, but it’s such a staggeringly ...
... become very muddy and slippery.
Back at the hostel we cooked our first curry of the trip, not easy in a hostel kitchen without access to all the extra bits we’d have at home. The pressure was on too as a trio of chefs travelling around Canada were also in the kitchen cooking up dishes at the same time - though we did get to sample their delicious cuisine. Needless to say the curry was fantastic and was well deserved after our walk.
Sunny with ...
... to cold to be outside for long during the winter. An uncommon -25 was unbearable for me at Big White let alone put up with -35 constantly at Banff. We parked alongside the river for the night. Today we played tennis and went for a 10km easy hike to see wildlife like bears, otters and beaver of the area. Sadly we didn't see a thing! We checked out a big Lake called Miniwanka pronounced Miniwonka haha which was also really stunning and a must see of that ...