Big Horn Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the night.
Scotty is still in Salt Lake City and has sourced a refurbished shock absorber but not sure where it is in America and when he will get it fitted.
A restless night, too hot and too noisy but we wake to wall to wall sunshine but it's a crisp 8C when we set off from Missoula to radium hot springs in Canada - about 340 miles to cover today. The tops of the Rocks snow gaps are glistening as we climb somewhat into ...
... with my Swiss mate, Mike. It offers amazing photo opportunities down onto the lake & chalet... Wasn't to be today though! Instead, we walked downtown into Banff & did the touristy stuff, then headed back to the hotel to read and update this blog...
We check out tomorrow and head up to Edmonton to stay with Miriam for five nights & catch up with some other friends as well.... Can't ...
... version of Banff and would be worth going in summer for the trails but not really in winter. So I cancelled my stay there and extended my stay here! Hurrah! Now I had a good reason to go for a beer. I went downstairs with Mareen, a girl from my room and Met Darren and his French-Canadian buddy Max. We also met another guy called Ross down there who is from Australia. What an international group we turned out to be. It was fun hanging out with these guys and ...
... of males going head to head :) It is mating season for moose and these big horn sheep and probably other species so you don't get too close.
We found the grocery store and restocked the bar (mmmm baileys) joked with the lady in the grocery store about taking one of their shopping trolleys to take our groceries back down to the resort.... She said we could.... But we didn't - we didn't have that much. Had ...
Well, actually it's summer time, but the Rockies are still spectacular. We've cruised, trained and driven through some of the prettiest country, but the drive from Jasper to Banff was spectacular. Just loved Jasper, surrounded by amazing rock mountains and lakes and a quaint little village - very oldy-worldy flagstone walls/houses and flower baskets. We heard the legends from tribal peoples of Medicine Lake - a karst lake - there's something to google! And right ...