Holiday Inn Calgary - Macleod Trail South
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... into Calgary, where Leanna gave me a tour of Spruce Meadows (http://www.sprucemeadows.com), where the Calgary Stampede is held. After that we headed back towards Leanna's place and stopped off at a local pub for an earlier dinner, before deciding what to do later that night. After dinner we relaxed back at Leanna's while deciding whether or not we felt like going back out to Ranchman's (http://www.ranchmans.com). While back at Leanna's there was a ...
... her boyfriend was planning a romantic weekend to propose to her...) she cancelled them and invited me to stay with her. As far as her cancelling her boyfriends plans I would have preferred to of stayed in a hostel or something and I do not think that it was fair of me to arrive at their house with as short notice as I did. But I also think that my sister was glad that I did because although she knows that he is the guy that she is going to marry I don't think that shes fully ...
... fell, the hole meant that the pipes were exposed. The water in the pipes froze and then the pipe(s) burst. We woke up on Wednesday morning to no water. Thankfully everything was fixed by the evening and the ceiling is progressively being fixed - it has been -20 or lower for about 24 hours now and not further incident. So fingers crossed it remains this way.
3. The week after the burst pipe we awoke on Wednesday to no water again! This time ...
I went over to the donor lounge where I re-joined Cara. The major difference between the snacks available here in Canada and Australia is that ...
... The cloud cover was really styling; it looked like rows of cotton puffs (I wanted to roll in it - I'm blaming the drugs). I perked up near the end of the flight and had to suppress the urge to yell, 'I see the CN Tower'. That's a throwback from my childhood when we would all look for the water tower on our way home! The first leg was about 4 hours and we arrived at Pearson International Airport with no difficulties. Now we had a four hour wait ...