Canmore Rocky Mountain Inn
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Travel Blogs from Canmore
... say: " oh, Canada Eh? "
Tax gets added to everything at the checkout.
When you want a coffee you order an extra small to get a normal sized drink.
Ice hockey is not a sport, its hockey.
The highlights of our trip were many, but if we have to pick a few they were;
Hockey and snowboarding for Nick and Art (Including scoring the winning goal).
For Maegen and Emma the hockey and skiing stood out and being able to ...
... outside Banff. This is such a hidden wonder. John (driver) said that over the last week the lake had completely frozen over. So after a bit of um-ing and ah-ing and teasing from John, we jumped ONTO the lake!
This was such an amazing experience. To actually be able to walk around the lake was such a thrill. We even saw a moose in the distance! We all walked across to the other side of the lake to get a closer look and it stood up and started to move around.
... find a small supermarket. Visited the old Parks Museum. It was built in 1906 and the displays are set out as they were at that time. The building is just as interesting as the exhibits as it is all timber inside. Exhibits were all gathered by the one fellow who organised the building. Our accommodation is another spacious suite so cooked tea for Kev for a change. I hope to be back on food ...
... French, Japanese, Portuguese (I think), a Nordic language, Chinese, Hindi, British English and a few I couldn't name, on the streets here. Very cosmopolitan.
I visited the Whyte Museum, which tells the story of the native Americans (but mostly the first European) explorers who traversed Canada's Rocky Mountains, surveyed it, the Swiss Guides who led ...
... hotel guests! We try one more place in Banff with no luck, then drive to the neighbouring town of Canmore where someone thinks there might be something. There is a new multimillion dollar complex so we try in there. They are so kind, the childminding area isn't due to open until 4pm, but one lady says she doesn't mind opening it for us at 2.30pm and sitting with us. How kind is that!? Dylan has a field day with the cars, trucks, ball slide, shopping carts and baby strollers. ...