Banff Aspen Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Good place to stay, great staff!
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The next part of our trip took us to Calgary, Canada. We headed off to Banff within the Canadian Rockies....WOW! Banff is within the National Park and is a quaint snow town. There are great walks close to the town. Rick went on the Gondola (a sky car ride) over the mountains....which he said was fantastic. I went to the hot springs, it's a big pool …
... was expecting, but I was there and enjoyed the experience. After having a relaxing soak in the Hot Springs I decided to head over to a pub for dinner. The Aussie Concierge at my hotel recommended a place called Waldhaus, which was located at the back of the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, just down the hill. It was nice a relaxed with a real pub feel, with a German influencer menu. I decided on a seared Chicken burger with a side salad, and a Pint of local beer to wash it down. ...
Uhoh I don't feel too good today ... But what better way to cure a hangover than to go on a snow shoe walk at 8:15am. As I head out with all my bags to check out, Anik is there waiting for us, unfortunately she's early and we weren't ready, so I asked to be picked up last to give us time to store our bags and off course make some toast for breakfast (it was free, we couldn't miss it!). We were ready the second time the little blue bus came round, and ...
... Ice field, we made a quick stop to
photograph the Saskatchewan River which has the
Saskatchewan Mountain on one side and Mount
Cirrus on the other, which you will have to take
my word for because we couldn’t see the mountains!
We climbed to a height of 7,000ft crossing the summit
of Mount Bow, and stopped at Bow Lake for a photo.
We then motored down to ...
... to ever extract him from his parking place!!?? Looking to our left just as we started to pass the populated area, we saw Deer Lodge and a lovely patio overlooking the mountains and Lake Louise in the near distance...with NO ONE sitting there! Could it be possible that we had found the only place in the area that was not inundated with tourists? Indeed we had. We were seated graciously on that patio and spent the next hour having a perfectly delightful meal. John had a ...