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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 …
... husband wasn't a huge fan of but I didn't mind. The travel size is also perfect. It comes in a glass bottle so it made me a little nervous if it bounced around but it was pretty sturdy. Clarins broad spectrum SPF 40 multi-protection for face - I don't wear a lot of sunscreen (I know you're supposed to but there's not a lot of sun where I live and I'm mostly indoors!) but I knew I was going to get a ton of sun in Orlando so I figured I'd crack and get some good stuff. I went ...
... of a new adventure around the corner makes me giddy. New countries, new customs and traditions to learn, yet all of it has a common theme. You have to leave where you are to experience something new. The smell of a city. The sounds of it's people. And my favourite is seeing a place for the first time. I fall in love over again, with my eyes. Wide eyes that crave new scenery. "The ocean and is calling and I must ...
... to the Gelnbow Museum first, some painting (portraits, not melted watches!) by Salvador Dali of famous Canadians ... sorta interesting ... and a very interesting display (a whole floor) on the settlement of southern Alberta and the Calgary area ... the Voyageurs, the NWMP (Mounties), the Canadian Pacific Railroad etc. etc.
Also there was an eclectic display of arms and armour ...
Wow it's now one more day until we fly to Regina and start our Asessippi adventure!
To begin, we got up at the crack of dawn to board our shuttle to Calgary.
When we got there I quickly realised we would either need to hire a rental car or rely on public transport to get around.
As we were all short on money, we went for public transport ($3 for 90 ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAloft Calgary University
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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