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"Cilantro" for lunch - Moranine Lake, Lake Louise, Emerald Lake





we had a wonderful lunch at "Cilantro". it was a fun awesome view and a great lunch. we got there very early. a huge bus had arrive and we were high-tailing it before they got to the lunch line. it worked out well. 

let me tell you a bit about my hubby. we always order 2 dishes, we both sample a bit of both & he always allowed me to pick my fave. smart man. so love him for that. i got a keeper. thankful and blessed i am. have a good day! Beth ( : 

Comments

Linda Kay said…
The name of the restaurant sounds awesome, so I'm sure the food was good as well. Beautiful pictures to share this morning...love the cloud reflection in the lake.
TexWisGirl said…
awww. your husband is very kind! :) lovely restaurant setting!
don said…
This lake is one of my favorites in the national parks for Canada. The lunch looks fabulous.
William Kendall said…
Moraine Lake is another part of the Rockies that I love. Gorgeous captures.
Rose said…
WE alway share if the other wants to sample, too. Everything here looks so delicious...and I just ate. But I would eat again if I had these items.
lynn cockrell said…
Beautiful photos, Elizabeth! Sometimes my husband and I buy different dishes so we can try out both. We especially like doing this when we are attending Disney World's Food and Wine Festival, since they have samples of cuisines from places around the world. We always have a good time sampling each one. I have kept my husband for 46 years and yours sounds like a keeper too!

I watched the green nail polish video, but I have to admit I am not much for green fingernails except at Christmas and Saint Patty's Day.
Missy George said…
Is there any place in that area that isn't gorgeous...??
Sandra said…
double wow on that header view and photo. wow and wow again. what a beautiful spot to visit.
Stephanie said…
Sounds like a keeper. Lake Louise is a beautiful area. I used to live not far this area years ago. Must be a new restaurant. Nice blog you have and thanks for stopping by my blog today. :-))
Michelle said…
Your husband has a good strategy!!
Maggid said…
seems to me the both of you chose well . . (you and your husband) . . that place looks like a dream . . at first i thought you actually had "cilantro" for lunch . . and i wondered if we like cilantro - i couldn't imagine . . was it in soup. or salad or . . ??? BUT, knowing it was the name of the restaurant, and that you and your sweetie shared . . yeppers . . like a very nice dream
Betsy Adams said…
Sounds like you and your hubby enjoy being together like George and I do. It's neat that you are traveling as much as you are --as young as you are... I missed out when I was your age ---raising kids and making ends meet.... But--that was my choice at the time.

Lake Louise is gorgeous and your lunch looked great.
Hugs,
Betsy
Debbie said…
What a cute name for that place and what an awesome view!! Lunch didn't look too bad either ;)
Terry and Linda said…
What a beautiful place!

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Pamela Gordon said…
Beautiful photos of this gorgeous green lake. The restaurant and patio look wonderful with that view. It's nice to share. ;) Enjoy the weekend.
Jan n Jer said…
This looks like a great place to visit. I love your header...simply gorgeous!
Wow- what an awesome view..and if that's a BLT- you really WERE in heaven! LOL!
CatTales said…
These photos are magnificent. Looks like a delicious lunch and good for you, choosing your fave! ME
You do have a keeper! Mine doesn't like to share, but then he can't eat yeast, eggs, dairy. And he does dishes!

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