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Mewithoutyou?
#21
Grr.

Jay- A lot cheaper than Whistler and better snow conditions. we normally say in the Inns Of Banff but I'm not sure if they have any suites, but I know the Fox just down the road has, and there is the Volunteer over the road from the Inns which is dirt cheap, will investigate and give you a full break down of prices. I know the flight was £500, and it works out cheaper overall than staying for the same duration in the Alps. The only bummer with Staying in Banff is the bus ride to the slopes, the cost of which is included in the tri area ski pass which makes it more expensive, but the slopes are so good its worth it.
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#22
why not sort out a trip to Whistler on our bikes?????
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#23
"Deadpool2e" Wrote:why not sort out a trip to Whistler on our bikes?????
That would be good too Wink Would still like someone else to ski with next year though. It can be done a lot cheaper than we have previously, especially as we usually spend over $30 a night on food/drink so could do both.
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