I know that my travel posts are typically on Thursdays, but I don’t want to “drag out” my Banff posts for a month or more to only post on Thursdays! So, here is a Travel Monday post that I hope you enjoy. While my Travel Thursday post was all about my afternoon tea experience at the Fairmont, I spent some time wandering about the hotel before and after. I decided to do a separate post to showcase the rest of the hotel and my time there, so I hope you enjoy!
If you read my Banff To-Do List a couple weeks ago, you will know that taking afternoon tea at the Fairmont Banff Springs was at the top of my list! I’ve been waiting for this for weeks, and it was certainly worth the wait. If you ever happen to find yourself in Banff, you need to spend an hour or two enjoying some wonderful tea and delicious food. You will have some of the best views in the town, five star service, and a peaceful oasis away from the bustle of travel.
Today is our last day in Banff (we are leaving early tomorrow morning) but we are having such a wonderful trip. The weather is beautiful, the mountains are clear, and the dogs are happy! We couldn’t ask for anything more. There will certainly be more posts coming on our Banff trip so you can see everything, but for now, here is a small snippet: Continue reading
At the beginning of May, I will be heading back to Banff with my dad and brother again- resident dog petter and walker, at your service! While I love just being there and relaxing in such a gorgeous setting, there are a few things that are on my to-do list for this trip. Most of what I plan to do is enjoy the fresh air, get ahead on the blog, and crack through my reading list but I’m going to share a few local to-dos that are at the top of my list!
I won’t regale you with my travel horror stories but if I have learned nothing else during my travels, it’s that you have to be prepared. Today’s post will show you how to pack a minimal amount of clothing in your carry on and still survive for three to four days if your luggage doesn’t make it with you. Sure, in a dream world everything gets everywhere on time, but in case it doesn’t, this will help guarantee that your trip won’t be ruined (and your wallet won’t be emptied) because your clothing is stuck elsewhere! Continue reading
There are eight million Pinterest posts that tell you how to build the picture perfect capsule wardrobe for your trip, and a million travel hacks to help you travel the globe on $6 a day or less. These are five lessons that I have learned through trial and more errors than I would like in my travels! Realistically, while you want to enjoy your trip to the utmost, you also need to come out on the other side in one piece and preferably not broke. These tips will keep you happy, comfortable, safe, and leave you with a little bit of money!