King Edward Hotel

137 Banff Avenue, Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, T1L 1A6, Canada | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Banff


A travel blog entry by awacation


Für alle von euch, die zufällig den Kanadiachen Wetterbericht verfolgen und sich Sorgen machen ...

Wir haben es heute mit viel Glück als eines der letzten Autos aus den
höheren Rockies raus geschafft! Nun hängen wir in Banff fest. Alle
Straßen in sämtliche Richtungen sind jetzt aber gesperrt. Canmore
(Nachbarort) hat den …

Banff - Day 4

A travel blog entry by sampsonhatfield

... us had ****er her, simon being the tentative third but Rosie swears she has never done anything with him. His text messages suggest otherwise... or he's just an incompetent toss. nice bloke though I guess... nah actually, he's not - this **** has an agenda. I went to bed and had a ripper sleep, Rosie and Nate went out for a drink and I suspect a root as she didn't come home. Don't worry, I was in a filthy mood the next ...

Day 27: Jasper, AB to Banff, AB

A travel blog entry by drat9191


... the World had documented a few months ago on her blog: the Johnston Canyon hiking trail. This trail follows its namesake gorge up along running water and multiple waterfalls, and there are two “highlight” upper and lower falls. Best of all, it’s a combination of paved and unpaved trailbeds, along with a network of ingeniously constructed catwalks straddling the walls of the canyon in areas where conventional ...

Banff and around

A travel blog entry by hamz


Good start and a look around at all there is to see. Buy the way $9.00 each per day to be here like a tassie park pass. Wold Heritage park and dogs for africa.????? And 4 lane highways very big footprint not very Eco friendly they need some doc persons up here to pull there heads in. A version of Queenstown and quite expensive It tried to snow all morning bit tricky for photos But this afternoon tuned out fine than goodness for hot ...

From Vernon to Lake Louise

A travel blog entry by pauline49


... through avalanche tunnels and across newly constructed bridges and highways. Roadworks proved a little tedious but you have to go with the flow.
With the help of our trusty GPS ( the last one gave up at a most inopportune time) we found the Lake Louise Inn. It's huge. It's a little tired but being renovated and on the scale of damage to the credit card, not as bad as some. The mountains surround this little patch of the world ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on 137 Banff Avenue, Banff, is near Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Holiday on Horseback, Banff Park Museum, and Medicine Lake.
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