A Good Knight B&B
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... guacamole. And holy guacamole, the guacamole was delicious!
Both our burgers and chips were fresh and tasted wonderful. Dan said it was the "best one so far". They both had maple flavoured bacon. I liked it, it was different, but not overpowering. As the advertising said. The burgers looked just as good as they did in the photos.
I'd definitely go here again.
... a subway lunch to save a few pennies!
We continued up to China Town and stumbled into a street fight with a guy waving around a 6" knife!! Not the welcome to Canada we were hoping for!! Anyway we quickly diverted and when we got to China Town we pretty much took one look and that was the end of that. Not our cup of tea. We turned back, walked down to the Calgary Tower, took a few snaps then onto the Olympic Plaza park where we just sat and chilled for a while ...
... 8217;S THE PAAAARRRRRKKK!!!”
As I mentioned before, time in trains allow you to watch the country side, connect as a family, chat amongst yourself or be highly antisocial and bury yourself into your hand held technology, all while not having to worry about road names as they MEAN NOTHING!!..(I’m still sour about our Gruyere incident…). Time on a train playground also allows you to connect with other parents. Just like on ...
... road.” Consulting the map proves to be a dead end so I go to the best source of instant information, the internet. It takes some digging and I am able to confirm that the falls are across the road so we head over, waiting for a safe time to cross. The traffic is steady and I am afraid to chance it. “I would be more comfortable if we park the truck on that side of the road,” I tell Jim. “We can cross faster in the ...
... Landmark), a major sponsor of the Stampede. Irene, her receptionist got the tickets to us and her and her friends sat with us on the day. For each event we would bet $1 each just for fun. I was lucky enough to pick the winner for 3 events, by choosing the competitor who's name i fancied or who was the better looking.
First the bread and wild boar pate came out, followed by yellowfin tuna carpaccio, pulled braised beef and for the main we had a beautiful Alberta Angus rib ...