Canadian Rockies Chalets
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our generous hosts, John and Monica had to get back to Calgary today before heading on to Naramata where we will meet them Saturday.
Everyone was a bit tired today and our main goal was to be home for Ashton to have a sleep this afternoon! We left mid morning to the great metropolis of Canmore to wander main street. There were many things to look at and a few temptations for ...
... and BJ listened to the conversation in the van and soon learned that they were heading back to a place called Calgary where their hotel was. The Van headed on down the highway as the sun slowly dipped passed the horizon and darkness fell. AJ and BJ were glad to finally get back to the hotel. Once the Daddy had stopped moving around the room and they heard quiet snores coming from the bed, they were able to settle themselves down comfortably on the couch for a well deserved ...
... tour. While we were descending, they talked about a couple of other Disney tours they’d been on, and commented that Disney did a really good job.
After the gondola, we drove into downtown Banff and walked the streets for awhile while waiting for our evening wildlife tour. As Nancy said, we were reminded of Solvang, CA, or Fredericksburg, TX: lots and lots of shops selling all kinds of things.
The evening wildlife tour bus driver roamed around the park until ...
... to challenge ourselves to see how quick we could get back. Without the frequent stop for photos, we made in back in 15 minutes and headed off again towards Lake Louise.
Along the way we stopped for a photo of what is known as 'Castle Rock'. It's name is very apt - it looked exactly like a castle, jutting out above the pine forest below. We arrived at Lake Louise and it looked like all the other tourists in the area had chosen that time ...
... where we had stayed on the way up to Jasper. We made it in good time, via the visitor centre to ask questions about tomorrow’s activities, and quickly got tea sorted out. A few games of Uno and some sorting out of our plethora of photos from the last few days put paid to the last few hours before bedtime and we laid our heads down on a thoroughly lazy, laid-back day. Back in action tomorrow, we promise!!