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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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Breakfast at 08:30 and then back to our room for mad rush to get everything packed and ready before our taxi arrived at 09:15. Straight to the train station, nothing to shout home about, a lot fewer people here today, the Hawaiian group are no longer with us. We boarded the train to be told by Jenny, the grumpy one from yesterday, that today there …
... were allowed to disembark and enjoy the spectacular blue ice before us. There was lots of moosing around, as you can imagine, and lots of photos were taken – mainly by strangers of us!
It was quite an experience to be stood on North America’s most visited glacier and take in the views. Apparently the ice was as thick as the Eiffel Tower is high – ...
... We had the option to keep practicing after the lesson, it included an all day lower lift pass, but I'd had enough, and we both had wet bums and sore hands from falling over then pushing off from the snow to get ourselves up. Time for a drink and some lunch then to head down from the mountain,
We had some issues with the van on the way up, the coolant started boiling over and leaking. We are hoping it was just the steep hill to get up there. By the time we had ...
... the way we saw a mama black bear and two cubs walking along the overflow right next to the bus. We also saw Pika and chipmunks. On Lake Maligne, we took a cruise to Spirit Island, a famous photograph locale used to advertise the Canadian Rockies. The Lake was beautiful, a jade color like Lake Louise. The day was gorgeous but the weather can change pretty ...
... tickets as the gondola wasn’t running, but no-one told the people in the queue so everyone was queuing up only to be told that it wasn’t running. Worse still you couldn’t buy tickets for when it would start again so when it did start up (without any announcement to let people know) you had to queue all over again.
None of this mattered when we finally got on to go up as the views were stunning. The upper station was at 2277m ...