There’s a new honeymoon hotspot in Canada, a super- rustic one found in the wilds of Lake Louise, Alberta. It’s been revealed that Kate and William spent their day off hidden away far from the maddening crowds at Skoki Lodge located high in the alpine region of Banff National Park. Skoki was built in 1931 and is apparently the birthplace of skiing in Canada. The property has both a main lodge and three surrounding cabins which can house a total of 26 guests. The resort is so remote it normally does not have running water or electricity but apparently mod-cons were installed for the Duke and Duchess to make their stay more comfortable. Now that’s getting away…exactly what all newlyweds need, especially royal ones.