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 …
... These towns are my favourite and always have so much to offer. We stopped for some lunch in a gorgeous restaurant called The Wood and the food was so tasty. I also learnt of a local drink called 'Caeser' which is basically a bloody mary but with clam broth.... it was actually really good.
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... inside.” “That’s the plan,” he replies. “What should I get you?” Besides my regular double-double, I ask for a small chili. Jim leaves and I stay behind. This is a good opportunity to make sure that the outside world has not come to a complete halt. When Jim returns we get back on the road to start the push toward Calgary.
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Yesterday we had our first adventure across international borders, moving our way north to the city of Calgary. Somewhat reminiscent of Denver, Calgary sits at the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains, right where they drift off into the plains. The city is smaller than Denver, but has a great feel in the downtown area where there are many restaurants and shops. We had ...
... to see these. Simply because I have rarely seen any bears in Whistler even though they are everywhere! To see a Grizzly... Wasn't on the cards. So we got out to check it out. I could see the behind of the big thing. That was enough for me. She was massive!!! I'm glad I was a crazy distance away from this animal. People get a little stupid with bears. They seem to think that they are ok to follow and some were doing so at a dangerous distance. Next stop was Peyton Lake, also an ...