Best Canadian Motor Inn
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... be, but were pushing 24 hours of being awake when we went to bed. Then the rounds of visiting siblings, and grandmas. It was so nice though to see everyone! The day and night change over took longer than I thought. And tossing wine club in the midst didn't help.... But sure was fun! :) The worst of the jet lag was that I would be exhausted all day long, then would get my second wind around 9:30-10pm and not want to go to bed. Grrr! Jet lag really is a biotch. But we're all back ...
Cold cloudy day. Planned trip to tram way cancelled. Snowing at top. Went downtown Jasper. Neat little town. Went into bakery and Fred had an Oprah endorsed raspberry white chocolate scone. Walked on small island, very cold. Drove to Athabasca falls. Very beautiful and ...
Early morning flight to Shanghai- then mid afternoon flight to Vancouver and Edmonton. Back on home turf- always nice to come home! Concluding the '2013 Styles Experience China' blog- "The one who returns from a travel journey is not the same one as he who left" (Author Unknown- but sure does sound like something Confucius would say). Our China journey was educational for sure! We are more engaged with and can relate to China in a more meaningful way. China is ...
Sue and I departed Edmonton for Beijing at 10:10 am on Air Canada via Vancouver May 16, 2013 and arrived in Beijing 14 hours later. Since we crossed the international date line we gained a day and arrived in Beijing at 2:00 pm Beijing time May 17. May/June 2013- The Styles' Experience China This blog is our effort to record and share our maiden China experience with family and friends. We will attempt to represent both Sue' s perspective (tendency toward moral burden) and ...
After Christmas celebrations and a nice visit from our grandchildren Makenna and Tyler, we packed up our 19 foot trailer. We made our final goodbyes and headed south through Lethbridge and on to the I 15 highway in Montana.
The weather was warming up after weeks of cold and snow, so we were reluctant to leave our winter paradise. On the other hand, we knew travel would be better with our "rig" in warmer weather so we headed out. ...