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view from the Prince of Wales Hotel, Canada




the view is amazing. the winds are wild and crazy. you have to be firm footed or you will surely blow away. it is wild. the windows were blowing like crazy through our lunch. 

the folks we chatted with said the hotel is rumored to be haunted. we never saw any clues to that fact, but it is a great story to hear. ghosts and all.

hope you can see the arrow in the 3 shot, that is about where the campground is, a nice little hike. a great area for walking, biking and getting around with the greatest of ease.



this is a video from the front of the hotel, to show you the wind and the wild noises it did make. so windy. enjoy!! pics taken on our trip in late August 2014. Beth ( :

Comments

Linda Kay said…
Is it windy all the time, or just in certain seasons? Looks like a great place to visit. Hope those windows are reinforced!
What a fantastic place, with that breathtaking view!!
TexWisGirl said…
gosh, that's gorgeous! yeah, the wind is fierce!
George said…
The setting is as grand as the hotel itself.
William Kendall said…
What a beautiful setting for a hotel. I know there's a ghost story attached to another one of those grand hotels in the Canadian Rockies.
Missy George said…
Great views..Gorgeous country..
Michelle said…
That haunted hotel sounds pretty cool!
Ruth Hiebert said…
Spectacular beauty.
eileeninmd said…
I love the view of this hotel, it is in a gorgeous area!~ Lovely post, Beth! Happy weekend!
Ida said…
What a grand looking hotel and the setting it's in is even granduer.

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