Aloft Calgary University
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A great place to spend a night or two. Close to the light rail, very convenient. The rooms are modern and fresh. There are communal areas to meet with others and spend time chatting and enjoying each others company. The staff are friendly and very helpful.
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I have been travelling in the USA on a Tourist VISA, so before I could start my studies I needed to exit the country and re-enter on an F1. Before I left for the USA I was debating what to do to achieve this little sojourn. I considered spending a week away in a part of Canada that I had not explored before, but then realised that I might get home …
... inside. I understand that gyms would not want people running around in their hiking shoes, covered in mud from trail running, however I am used to using the same shoes I’d run around the lake with in the gym. Luckily there was a sale and I needed a new pair of shoes, so I have an indoor and outdoor pair now.
- Change rooms (referred to as locker rooms here) are not as fully equipped as Australia. At my gym in Australia you would put ...
... for a jug. The girl said
'You want a cord?", "No, a jug", "Oh, you want an extension cord in your room?", "No, a JUG", "Hmm mm" (blank look), "A thing you boil water in to make a cup of tea", "Oh you want a kettle?", "Yes, thank you, we want a kettle" Phew!
You almost need to carry a lexicon in your head and be ready to covert from kiwi to American, ask yourself "what would an American call this thing?"
Off to Banff tomorrow.
... stuff in the bag it gets ultra heavy and when I use the long single strap, it starts to dig into my shoulder.
Herschel duffle - My husband used this duffle bag practically every trip in the 3-4 years we've had it. It's structured enough to hold its shape but flexible enough to stuff and load it up. The shoe compartment is great and holds multiple pairs ...
... for some people. The streets are fairly clean and the people are lovely, good idea to have a map because all the buildings are very tall and it is easy to get lost. There are also some beautiful and creative buildings if you are into architecture.
Thanks for reading :)