Banff Voyager Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Banff
... at the Lakeview Restaurant in the hotel. Each day that we have been here the smoke has gotten less and less. After dinner we strolled along the lakefront and got some great shots.
Saturday, August 29 - We awoke Saturday morning to a crystal clear view of Victoria Glacier, so before we checked out we took 1 last walk around.
This is truly a place that should be on everyones Bucket List.
... a wolverine. We read there that there are about 60 Grizzlies living in the Lake Louise area alone. Quite high for this small little tourist village. After, we headed back to camp. Ryan's Auntie Susan and Uncle Tracy drove up from Calgary to visit us for the day. It was so nice to see and spend time with them. They brought their 16 year old border collie, Sadie with them too. Sadie loved the trail walk by our campground too and even took a dip in the river ...
... and souvenir hunting. I know I ended up spending more than the cost of the Dog Sled trip, but I managed to find some nice gifts. The day started a bit grey, gusty and there was a little drizzle, but it cleared just in time for my Discover Banff Tours pick up from the hotel. We headed off to Johnston Canyon for the Ice Walk. After handing out and instructing the group on how to fit and walk in the ice cleats, it was time to head off on the walk up to the Falls. The trail all ...
... s truck is huge. Like an idiot I got out and, in the sun, didn't see the wing mirror! I now have a bruised head and there is lipstick on the mirror. I hope I won't forget it again!!
- We had a service wash this afternoon - a first for me - and now it is time for a large gin and tonic before supper!!! ...