Rocky Mountain Springs Lodge and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Friday 14th November
Low cloud over the resort and it was lightly snowing, so beautiful.
Jaquie from the Esso phoned and said anytime we were ready to go to the hot springs just let her know. We walked up the street for brunch at the Horsethief pub, then mosied over to the Esso. It was just me doing the ...
... my hotel, I made contact and then went down to introduce myself. Jasmine is Peter and Patti Bartram's granddaughter. Well we had a nice old chat and a few laughs when she worked out who I was. It turned out to be her last work day in Banff as she was off on a few months holiday and needless to say she was very excited that it was finally here. I then went down the street to the visitors centre and got advice on the bus route to the Sulphur Mountain Gondola and kept walking ...
It took us a full day's travel to get to Banff but it was really with it. We needed to do some washing So dinner was so late but wait for it..... We went into the Irish Pub and had the best dinner ever. Ian had an Irish pie made with Guinness and I had fish and chips!
Friday morning brought more rain and the temperature dropped.
We had booked to do the helicopter at 8:30am but ...
... we did not have reservations as the campground showed full on the sign. John explained that not only was I taking 18 months to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary but I had also thrown my 70th birthday into the mix! Noori asked us to give her a minute and she did something magic and was able to get us a site for the night and for tomorrow night also. We have to change sites tomorrow but since we plan to drive back up the parkway to Lake Louise that will not be ...
... leave. We chat for a bit and then give him some final instructions. At 9:30 we are all headed out the door and Paul goes one way, we go the other. Our adventure has begun.
The plan is to grab Tim Horton’s on our way out. This has become a travel tradition and every road trip starts in the same way. We drive over and as we get into the drive-thru line and I ask if Jim put my jacket into the truck. “Yep,” he answers, ...