Travel Blogs from Radium Hot Springs
... to agree that it was delicious since the broth was rich and flavourful. The waitress said it had anchovie in it and I was skepticle but it was yummy.
Everyone was quite happy with the meal choices and I think we all agreed that the elk was the tastiest. It was tender and ...
... grabbed the car and headed for a nearby shop.
After dropping the car off, we took a cab and headed for the hot springs for a bit of relaxation. While we were picturing natural pools carved out of the mountainside, the facility was actually a giant, hot pool. Regardless, the view couldn’t be beaten (though the cloudy day did cover it up slightly), and it was awesome to get off our feet and just soak ...
... mostly glacier runs. Something about needing 250,000 berries a day. These berries I've got to see, never heard of them. Bears need fat, so do these berries have fat....I'll have to ask a Ranger. Today's temp never got into the 60's. Thought I'd mention that for all of you Central California folks. A couple of times it was in the high 40's with a ...
... gift shop and the lodge and to stand up, of course, for Taya. Dylan was excellent and listened to stories and played with his sticker book. You could tell (and we had read) it is the type of place where people travel to eat here, small menu, all locally sourced, and super fresh. The children share cheese tortellini with bison meatballs and a cheese flatbread. The adults have a real treat with bison and vegetables. The meat is so ...
... is due to snow, which means, hopefully, that we'll be able to go through the park tomorrow. There are a couple of road washouts, however. Bob is exploring the possible alternate routes for us for tomorrow.
At least, I'll be able to get the blogs out tonight--if and when Bob gets the addresses switched over to gmail. That has proven to be a challenging job.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting