Chalet Europe Hotel - Radium Hot Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... staff member told us to go see baggage department as some luggage wasn't loaded due to overloading. Guess who's bags weren't loaded - yup! Another 30-40 mins later we decide to catch the next bus to banff and the luggage would catch us sooner or later via airport delivery (4 hours from calgary!)
... place in a flock of white ones and stands out a lot. We both agree that this is one of those “explore more at a later date” places, not too far from home and potentially a fun picnic day. Time to go but not before we take advantage of the facilities before we get back on the road. This is where I overheard a cute exchange between a mother and her young child:
Mom: I feel disgusting today!
Child: You doooo??
... stát, na cestě do Kanady jsme ji od jihovýchodu museli prakticky celou přejet, a to nám vzalo téměř jeden celý den jízdy! Šílená vzdálenost. Formality na kanadsko-americké hranici byly brnkačka, a my byli po pár dnech opět v Kanadě. Tentokrát však na západě, v té části Kanady, kde to oba milujeme, a pro co naše srdíčka celou dobu tloukla.
Z hranic to do Rockies, respektive ke Spray Lakes v ...
... design on it. I was so impressed with their money. The newer plastic money will not tear, that is for sure!
Also, something else I found interesting, is that it doesn't seem like the people use pennies anymore, even though the sales totals will still come up as a penny amount due to sales tax. For example, if a total is $6.47, the cashier will often just say $6.45. I just looked this up, and as of right ...
... was interesting… the 1960 burn is still in evidence here. Indeed, trees burned in forest fires can stand for up to a hundred years!
We crossed into BC… yay!
Then it was on to the Paint Pots… what a spectacular trail. The surreal puddles of ochre-coloured water were visited by Aboriginal peoples who mined them for dyes for clothing and body decoration. European settlers ...