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The Fairmont, Banff Springs



no we did not stay there, we drove by & drooled. couldn't park, no parking, only valet parking. are you drooling? i am even now. "The Faimont, Banff Springs". there is a parkway to get this perfect shot. luckily the fog broke away just in time for to capture these shots. amazing times!!! Beth ( :

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EG CameraGirl said…
I don't think they would allow riffraff like me to stay there. ;))
eileeninmd said…
Looks like a gorgeous and grand hotel.. Lovely views, Beth!
Linda Kay said…
What a beautiful place, Beth...all nestled in the trees on the hill.
don said…
It's a grand hotel. I haven't stayed there, but enjoying seeing the inside and checkout their shopping area which seemed extensive as I recall.
William Kendall said…
That place I know well, though I've never stayed there. It's in a gorgeous setting, and it's got a few ghost stories.
TexWisGirl said…
dang! castle-ish!
Missy George said…
Beautiful..My dream vacation..PS There's no "i" in Banff...I would love to stay there..I want to see the Canadian Rockies..Probably never will...Enjoy your day..
Ruth Hiebert said…
I have heard that this place is beautiful inside as well. I have not seen it,as I don't have that much money to spend for a night. Ha! Ha!
George said…
I'd love to be able to stay in this magnificent hotel, but I guess that will have to wait for another lifetime.
Rose said…
It would probably be so far out of my league that I would not be comfortable there!
Lovely photos of our beautiful Fairmont Springs, Banff (no 'i' btw.) We have family in Alberta and visited Banff, Calgary etc. and hope to again soon.
A Quiet Corner said…
Holy moose-poops! What a place even from that distance...:)JP
Perhaps next time!!!! xx
Betsy Adams said…
Great photos... I want to go there--but we keep hearing about everything in Canada (in that Rockies area) being SO expensive. Did you all camp --or stay in a motel? We don't camp----so we'd have to find a motel we could afford....??????

Hugs,
Betsy
Beth said…
Oh, how beautiful! I've heard the area around Banff and Lake Louise is amazing. Canada is a gorgeous country and I'd love to see more of it.
Terri B said…
Very upper crust! Pretty to look at, and very manorish too. I'd love to see it up close, but I would definitely be stopped at the gate. LOL!

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