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- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Bumpers Inn Banff
Travel Blogs from Banff
... valleys and gorges, backwards and forwards across raging rivers and streams, through mountains, despite rain, snow and avalanches that super charges the adventure. It really is difficult to stop gasping and gawping. And as magnificent and beautiful as the glass domed carriage is, the rattling and rocking in the open vestibule is where you get to see, smell, feel and hear the differences in the trip...the roaring of the wind, the raging of the river and the whip ...
Definitely needed a sleep in and more importantly, a bit of re-grouping and a lot of washing. Spent the early part of the morning doing such things and email then hit Canmore for coffee, at our now favourite place, Rave. Stilll not as good as Sydney coffee, but the best we can find. Followed up post office for ...
... asked to get out of the way by some Canadian lady and her.....shall we say large....child. Apparently we were blocking the doorway that was wide enough for a Sumo wrestler and two of his extra large friends to come through. Suitably chastised Carla and I settled in for an excellent meal. Eddies classic with cheese and bacon for Carla, and an Elk burger with all the trimmings for myself. We followed this up with a visit to the local brew house and then straight to bed as ...
... The Keg to get our fix. After steak, lobster and a bottle of wine from the Okanagan Valley (a place we will be going to shortly), we were ready to explore what else Banff had to offer. A couple of people had recommended that we should try the Brewpub to sample some of the local microbrews on offer. That sounded like a great suggestion so we headed off to check out their menu and ended up drinking some lovely beers including ...
... managed to turn one plain bagel and one cinnamon and raisin bagel, both with plain cream cheese, into an untoasted mess smothered in what seemed like garlic mayonnaise. Yum.
After an unfulfilling breakfast, we walked back up to the house. Not many plans for the day now, just sort out the mess we'd made in the past couple of weeks in Calgary as we were leaving for Toronto tomorrow. We had arranged to meet Ken in the park for a chat, so we did that before going back ...