Best Western PREMIER Freeport Inn & Suites
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New and pretty luxurious. Food good, service great and everything worked.
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Well, it turns out that domestic flights are much less painful than international! The security check was a breeze and I boarded the plane using my driver's license :) The flight took 4 hours and we landed in Calgary without any problems.
Calgary airport is small, but nicely decorated: they have dinosaurs, fossils, horse sculptures and fountains inside. After picking up the luggage, ...
... again collected a small eco system on the front grill, I think I might take up butterfly collecting! :)
We are staying at the Holiday Inn Express, which is easy to find as it is right of the highway.... the first pit stop of the trip. After getting checked in and removing the road grim with a nice shower, we GPS the closest car wash and head off to remove the small eco system from the paint work.
Across the parking lot from the hotel ...
... Horse River, and for a quick visit with Don and Donna in Canmore. It was a beautiful sunny day and the scenery was spectacular - things look different coming from the opposite direction. We rolled back into Calgary around 7:30. A great road ...
There was some pretty frantic excitement at out house today as we got up, prayed for God to inspire and protect us, got the last bit of packing and sorting done (including a great coaching session for Mommy and a little time at the nail spa) before our handsome and charming chauffeur Hal came by, dried the dishes and saved the day by finding Addison's almost forgotten iPod (boy that would have been a LONG trip without it) and then drove us to the airport in ...
... 3.5 hour drive through the mountains. Starting at an altitude of almost 5000m, the bus descended deep into the Colca Canyon where the town of Chivay sat way down at the bottom but still at 3650m (12,000'). We arrived for breakfast at 6:30 and then proceeded to Cruz del Condor to hopefully get a glimpse of the giant condors. Despite strategically placed rotting carcasses, we were skunked so we climbed aboard the bus for the next leg. We were kicked out 15 ...