Rocky Mountain Springs Lodge and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast before our golfers tee it up at Banff Springs Golf Course. The course is an exciting layout that has made the most of the natural terrain and the surrounding mountains, creating incredible optical illusions. With remarkable views in every direction, it is easy to understand why golfers get ...
May 22, 2015 (Day 9) Missoula, MT to Radium Hot Springs, BC
Total Miles: 1621
Radium Hot Springs Vacation Resort
Great place. Spending three nights. Big open spaces with a covered patio and bar-b-que grill right outside the RV door. View of beautiful mountains. Got a space on the back row (Roxie's recommendation) overlooking the wetlands way below. ...
... spaghetti with tomato sauce. Once we had eaten our last enormous-sized meals, we headed out for Mcflurries at macdonalds, where i had a rolo one. We went to catch the bus home to end our last day, well, we are going to go swimming... And we have to pack... Maybe the day isn't over yet,
As this is our last blog, i guess i should say a corny goodbye, but I am too cool for that so
I will just say this is our last blog. Hope you all enjoyed it!
... While they were in Custer State Park in South Dakota earlier this month, they were almost rolled over in their RV by a buffalo (I know Laura...BISON!)!! We couldn't believe it, but they have the dings in their Road Trek to prove it! Wow! Apparently two bulls had a slight altercation right next to them and their unit as they were driving slowly down the road. Somehow, one of the bulls ended up with his horns under the wheel well of their RV, and for ...
... are gorgeous rocky peaks. Not long after we come upon the most beautiful spot on this road – Abraham Lake. It is a man-made lake created with the construction of Bighorn Dam on the North Saskatchewan River. The colour is the typical blue-green of glacial waters and it stretches on for a long distance. My son Paul once described it as “Heaven’s heaven.” I would have to agree.
A few more kilometers and we come upon ...