King Edward Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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We decided to eat a breakfast out this morning so we walked up the street on Mountain Ave about a block or so from the hotel to a small diner type restaurant called Craig's Way Station. The food was good and it was nice to eat out this once.
We headed to Lake Louise after breakfast. The weather was nice and the sun was out. I decided to drive up Bow Valley Parkway because it is more scenic than the 1 and also more ...
Linda got up early to do a horse ride, through the forests & near the lakes, just her & her horse plus her guide! She was very chatty afterwards though her legs were a bit sore. I was left to pack up (put the suitcases in the car) & surprise surprise just when we start to pack the car a big male elk wanders through the park. With a head full of antlers he seemed to be in no hurry & not afraid of ...
Bus along the Glacier Highway from Jasper to Lake Louise was spectacular.its the divide between East and west so very high. Started out misty - we saw elk, then sun came out but it was nippy. Our tour included a snow cat out onto the glacier - there are over 200 glaciers. Then it snowed! What had been a great ...
... come up. I am now aware of just how beautiful it must be!
So the environmental officer took us for a walk around the Chateau and told us the history of the building, with Canadian history weaved through his stories. It was actually very good and we all agreed that there was so much of this lovely building that we had not taken any notice of. The officer has been working at the Chateau since 1984, had his wedding reception in the Victoria ...
... at the top after taking a million more photos! we headed up beyond the electrified bear fence to walk up a higher trail. We were encouraged to do that by the parks guides, although they did suggest that people hike in groups of 4 or more in case of an encounter with a bear. So off we went and and it was a fairly manageable climb at first although the altitude really affected my ****** lungs, and I was struggling a bit to breath. By now ...