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... everything. Girls thrilled and could not wait to jump in the white stuff. Costco visit for last minute shopping before heading to Calgary Flames v St Louis ice hockey game. Great game with the Flames taking it in overtime shootout. Price family also there and had the whole north west grandstand full with our big party. Xmas eve started with walk down to the river and lake. Dad wrote his name in the snow with his special yellow pen!! Great to see all the Goodwins, with ...
... all of the luggage up to her while trying to block the people wanting to push past me. Larger train stations offer checked baggage service which we used for our short stopover (2 nights) in Venice. We checked our large bags and just took a carry on size with us. This is an affordable option if you are returning to that train station and really made our visit to Venice more manageable.
PLANES: the only plane I took was when leaving from Rome. Rome is a huge airport, do not ...
... the choice of a closed cabin or open, we took the open in hope that the clouds would lift by the time we reached the top for clearer views. Very proud of Mum as she is not so keen on heights. As we got closer to where we were to disembark it got colder but guess what?? The clouds lifted and we had the best view overlooking Lake Louise valley, all the way to our Chateau at Lake Louise.
On our return to ...
Where’s Chuck Today? Calgary, Alberta, CA
This was an exciting day with Rick arriving. His flights were delayed so he arrived three
hours later than scheduled but not really a problem. We spent the day preparing for his arrival
with no sightseeing unless you classify auto repair shop, grocery store, and
trip to ...
... that we made a deal to buy one en route.
We finally made it out of Calgary by 12:20pm.
Richard drove the first leg to Lake Louise. There were no cinnamon buns, in our favourite coffee shop there, so instead N chose a chocolate donut, which he devoured. R and I fueled up on coffee, and then I drove the next leg from Lake Louise until Revelstoke. R had a good nap during that drive, but N was amazingly wide -awake, even though he had ...