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Liverpool, Engalnd
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How hot in bars

A stupid question but at night how is the temperature in the bars and restaurants ... So I wear layers and not thick jumpers going for new year

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1. Re: How hot in bars

Hi Greenhc1961,

Welcome to the BANFF TRAVEL FORUM

Not a stupid Question at all...

Generally speaking in Canada we keep our indoor temps in the Wintertime at about 68 to 70 F (or 20 C)... Summertime we like it at about 75 F (24 C).

Many Travellers to Canada from other lands where Central Heating and Air Conditioning isn't in as frequent use... comment that they find our indoor temperatures to be quite warm in the wintertime and chilly in the summertime.

But for us who are used to this Extreme Climate... where our highest HIGH to our lowest LOW can be a difference of over 100 Degrees F annually... this is where our bodies seem to find a natural comfort level. Which is another reason why we dress in layers... you feel cold throw on a sweater, you feel hot, peel one off.

When it comes to a night of partying in clubs and bars (especially if you are up dancing) then you will probably find it very very warm (even HOT... don't be surprised to see the locals standing outside in just their shirt-sleeves taking a break or having a cig.)...

So plan to dress accordingly... lightweight for inside... and perhaps some added layers under your jacket for the walk back to your Hotel.

Hope this is helpful,

Cheers!

Wine-4-2

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2. Re: How hot in bars

Very helpfully thank you ...just the kind of answer I was hoping for

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