Banff Voyager Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... there is a long, creeping line of cars headed up there. Returned to the hotel and hung out there for awhile catching up on this blog and reading and then caught the 3:15 bus into town for dinner. This should have been a 10 minute ride but due to the three day weekend, it took quite awhile. Traffic was unbelievable and the sidewalks were loaded. Downtown is reminiscent of Gatlinburg, TN, but without Ripleys Believe it or Not. All the ...
... looking around town before getting back on the bus. Rather than taking the direct route back to our campground, we took it through town and up to the Banff Springs Hotel and then back through town and to the campground. It was quite a nice ride and we were thrilled that we weren't battling The Big Muf through the traffic which was very busy since this is a weekend. We are now back "home" in camp and plan to sit outside and enjoy our evening and the fantastic views! ...
... national park taking in the sights, when we came across a black bear on the side of the road eating grass, how lucky we felt to to see this amazing animal up close! Today was defiantly one of my favourite days. We didn’t arrive at the motel in Calgary until late 9.45pm so we ate Shane and the kids went to bed while I got all the good cloths out and hung them in the closet ready for the convention for the next 3 days.
... to Banff via the Bow Valley Parkway. Just minutes after riding down this road, I began to question the decision... the road was a very narrow stretch of highway that was all but empty, spare the odd car that passed by. Although this made for great riding conditions, it worried the hell out of me for fear of an increased possibility of encountering dangerous wildlife (spelled "bears"!). Right away we saw several elk just off the side of the highway, which certainly didn't help ...