Dating in banff

21-Jul-2017 04:11 by 5 Comments

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At the beginning of December Troy and I jetted off to Banff, Alberta with West Jet and Mc Café.

When I was told that Mc Café was now being served on West Jet flights starting December 1, I knew I wanted to experience the in-flight coffee experience and take a quick trip with Troy before all the holiday festivities.

With the admission of British Columbia to Canada on 20 July 1871, Canada agreed to build a transcontinental railroad.

Construction of the railroad began in 1875, with Kicking Horse Pass chosen, over the more northerly Yellowhead Pass, as the route through the Canadian Rockies.

Ice skating on the frozen Lake Louise was an absolute dream.

The mountains were vast in size all around us, the air was cold as ice, and just peace and quiet everywhere –every little noise was absorbed by the snow. If it wasn’t so cold out (-25 Celsius, to be exact), we could have been out on the ice all day. If you decide to visit, you have to take the Alberta 1A Highway. We stopped to grab a Mc Café peppermint latte before heading off to the Banff Springs hotel. This trip was kid-free and I wanted to soak up as much as I could from all that Banff had to offer.

If you haven’t been to Banff, I recommend visiting.

There is just nothing like the rocky mountains, wild animals, gorgeous hotels and endless sites to see.Under the Rocky Mountains Park Act, enacted on 23 June 1887, the park was expanded to 674 km and named Rocky Mountains Park.This was Canada's first national park, and the third established in North America, after Yellowstone and Mackinac National Parks.A quick weekend trip to Banff from Vancouver to Calgary We couldn’t decide whether we should stay at the Banff Springs or the Chateau Lake Louise Fairmont Hotels.Since we only had a few days to explore both Banff and make a quick stop to the iconic Lake Louise, we decided to spend one night at each hotel. Each hotel was so different and had its own personal charm and character.It’s hard to unplug at this time of year, but Banff was the perfect place to do so!