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Travel Blogs from Banff
Last couple of days we have travelled from Whistler to Banff. I dont know how to explain the scenery, its a visual onslaught of natural granduer. These mountains are insane and the snow just tops it off. We had to drive through a couple of mountain passes and we were concerned about snow covering the road. People told us to get chains, others said …
We stopped off for lunch at a little park and Ron prepared smoked sausages with a delicious mixture of beans, onions and mushrooms with fresh bread rolls. Next stop was the location where the last railway spike was driven when the railway lines starting from both east and west met up. The western sector was much shorter because of having to go through the mountains.
This rig was an interesting sight in the carpark - read the ...
It was a beautiful sunny Summer day. The kids had fun playing in the snow. Yes, there is still abit of snow here even thought it is Summer.
All the kids played in a little bit of snow near Lake Louise. We went up the mountain on a gondola to look over the Lake and mountains and there was more snow up there. Only the boys played in the snow there because Tracy was trying to take some photo's of ...
... and Becky.
We went across the Bow River Bridge to the Banff Springs Hotel. We walked to the patio and through the hotel. On our way back down Sprague River Drive, we took the Bow River Falls trail. We then followed the walk directions to the stables and recreation area. We ended up at McDonald's for a quick bite to eat and then returned to the hotel.
... the drawer. So May opens the fridge again - there is no drawer. So she rings down again and alerts them to the fact. So they end up sending her jug of milk via room service. I tell her next morning at breakfast - that in fact the milk was powdered and it was a sachet in the drawer under the TV.
Ok enough crappola for this blog - so I will pick up Banff with another separate entry.