Canmore Rocky Mountain Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... Time for some journal catch-up for the boys and then another walk around the Silver Tip golf course for a few while dinner was prepared. When it was bath time the older boys were thrilled to discover the jacuzzi in the master bathroom here, they've never been so reluctant to hop out nor so keen for the next time to get clean!
Within ten minutes of the kids being in bed they were all asleep, hopefully for a full nights rest......
... seen so many incredible lakes I didn't see the point of driving 40km's to see another one. But go we did. On route we saw one of those sights that make Canada such an interesting place to visit. This had nothing to do with nature though, it was brought to us by a crazy Canuck who thought the highway was a good place to ride his unicycle while holding an umbrella and talking on his mobile phone. In South Africa this guy would have a life expectancy of an old mayfly, but ...
Money is primarily denominated like in the U.S. (i.e. dollars and cents), but with some differences. Canada has done away with $1 and $2 bills, and replaced them with coins (the loonie for $1 and the twoonie for $2). Bills are $5, $10, $20, $50, $100 – and perhaps higher, we wouldn’t know - and coins are nickels, dimes, quarters, and, of course, dollars.
There are virtually no pennies in circulation, although one shopkeeper told me he did keep ...
... we made it to the other side and back dry! Ben obligingly took our photo and we headed back to the car.
Ben had mentioned glaciers earlier in the day and Nomes and I were quite keen to see them. We traveled North for quite some time before we realised that the real 'icefields parkway' was 125km away. There was a smaller glacier called 'Glacier Crowfoot' which was only a few kilometres away, so we decided on that instead. The ...
... a perfect spot and made a beeline to the Lake. By now it was after 3PM and the sun wasn’t at a great angle for pictures and it was also partly cloudy. We walked near the lake and took pictures. This truly is a remarkable location.
Back at camp for a potluck dinner with our Caravan group and a travel meeting for tomorrow’s next adventure at the Columbia Ice ...