Best Canadian Motor Inn

Address: 8514 - 19 Avenue, Coleman, Alberta, T0K 0M0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8514 - 19 Avenue, Coleman, is near Frank Slide Interpretive Center and Crowsnest Pass.
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    Travel Blogs from Coleman

    Day 16 – Going to the Sun

    A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 22, 2012

    102 photos

    ... meaning that one of the features is a breast pocket with see-through cover. GI’s can keep their on-base parking permits there so the gate guards can see them. She kept our park passes there and several of the Rangers commented how much they liked that. It sure made it easier on us.

    Just before the GTS road cutoff we noticed a road called “Many Glacier”. We took it but didn’t see any glaciers; however ...

    Some general observations

    A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 21, 2012


    ... In Canada, Horton’s is bigger than McDonalds. Over 3000 stores! They have partnerships with Wendy’s, Cold Stone Ice Cream… I mean, they are everywhere. We had a burger and fries at one and there was nothing spectacular about it. However, while there we bumped into a couple on a Gold Wing trike that we’d met on a ferry a few days previous.

    In some stores you rent grocery carts (aka shopping buggies). You insert a Canadian dollar coin (called a ...

    Day 14 - Dodging raindrops

    A travel blog entry by oregonbmw on Jul 20, 2012

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... amount of construction projects. However, when not deterred by construction slow-downs, traffic flows very briskly. And, as previously mentioned, there is virtually no law enforcement on the highways. It’s really just freeway, and got boring quickly even with the constantly majestic scenery.

    Once we departed the freeway and headed east, we saw the ominous clouds that the internet weather man said we’d ...


    A travel blog entry by tomdomlili on Jul 13, 2012

    10 photos

    ... our very eyes, both from my perspective (that of a language teacher) and also that of the proud parents that we are.

    The month of June brought with it much busyness but cause for celebration as well. Tom and I were so grateful to "grand-maman" for her willingness and great care of Liliane, as I returned to teaching full time for the last month of the 2011-2012 school year.Thankfully, my absence for the better part of those days was not greatly ...

    A legacy of love

    A travel blog entry by tomdomlili on May 16, 2012

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... love, gentle kindness and wisdom that, despite my sadness, he continues to give me strength. In the same way he was always there for me throughout my life I came to realize, in a moment of peace, that it is now my turn to pass on that legacy of love to my own child, as best I can.

    For her part, Liliane has become much steadier on her own two feet. She runs, stops, bends and runs some more, even in windy weather.She climbs up and ...