Chalet Europe Hotel - Radium Hot Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Radium Hot Springs
... kilometres rather than miles, litres rather than gallons and plastic Canadian Dollar notes!
The scenery is one of rolling roads, rivers, lakes and huge expanses of Douglas fir forests. Deer and logging trucks signs litter the highway.
As we get into Radium Hot Springs the weather is now decidedly cool. Jacket liners will need to go in for tomorrow.
Our stop for the night is Motel Tyrol which is a superb ...
... with the people in the liquor store who said that the weather was due to a super storm they were having up north and it had reached as far as Arizona in the states. Checked out the Visitors Centre and made our way downhill to the resort in much quicker time that going up:). By this time the snow had stopped but the wind was very cold.
I caught up on the blog which took the rest of the day then we watched a ...
... where we need to go. The QEII is the usual fast pace that the highway can be and the towns pass by quickly. About an hour or so after getting onto the highway GyPSy announces that we are going to turn right in 2 kms. I look to see where we are because we seem to be some distance from Red Deer. We are taking Highway 12, going west of Lacombe.
The road is beautiful – rolling hills of lovely farmland with the occasional oil pump ...
A great night in Pano with the Coffeys, Goodwins and the rest of the village. Really special to see the torch patrol come down in darkness on the Showoff Run. Fireworks over the mountain with the colour and noise made for a great start to the night. Kicked on very late with kids highly amused at many adults trying to twirk!!! Half the village ended up at the cabin. Sad to see Danyon, Olivia and Tate as well as the Coffeys leave the next ...
... north through Wyoming and Montana towards Canadian province of Alberta. I had once described already Wyoming 's wild country, the least populated state in the U.S. where the encounter of bison or deer is more likely than encountering human being. Montana, as the name suggests, is a very vast prairie land with mountain peaks reaching up to 4,000 meters . Montana is truly vast state, on the way to Canada we had to drive across from southeast to northwest, and it took us one ...