Rocky Mountain Springs Lodge and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the day getting darker but Alex was a great, careful driver and we found our accommodation around 6 pm - was well and truly dark by then.
Got settled in ( not much as we had no luggage!) then walked just over a km to the main street and found the eateries, pizza and red sounded good. Still snowing!!!!
... 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??
We started our day at the Banff basin and Cave. This was the first hot springs discovered by the three founders of the Canadian Pacific Railroad. There are seven hot springs in Sulphur Mountain. This first hot springs is in a cave, with just a small opening on the surface. Next to the Cave is the Basin, an above ground sulphur hot springs. This area was declared a national protected ...
... laying winter snow adorn the granite mountains making them a site to see. Our first scenic lookout point was right across Fairmont Hotel, what a stunning fort like hotel, of course it's expensive but this hotel is right above the Bow River. After some picture taking we parked the car and did some strolling down Banff Ave Town is pretty warm and very inviting. We did some window shopping and settled in a local trattoria for some delicious Italian food. It ...
... Once we were at the top it was beautiful. You could also walk the stairs to the next mountaintop, but Marloes and I stayed somewhere halfway. We saw a chipmunk and a Gray Jay (type of bird).