Best Western Diamond Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Three Hills
... of a child and double murder of her and her father . Lots of press coverage / we by passed.. Trees have all started to turn do beautiful contrasts of evergreens , and various hues of yellow & green against the backdrop of the mtns. Spectacular !!! Like a big paint by number set .. Very few reds or oranges. Through Crowsnest Pass , only 1396 M , most of southern Alberta is 1100+ M , onto lower Kootenay valley - ...
... revealed that we would be spending the morning at the museum learning about the beasts. The RV park is quite full, and we ended up in a site with power only but that is okay with us. AC is running and after being on the road all day we were happy to just have a place to make a meal and a picnic table to eat at. Our spot ended up being right beside the showers and dishwashing station so to conserve water that we do have the boys ...
Just wow. I do not even know where to begin! First of all we are so happy we got to share the experience with our best friends Brenna and Carter. We love you two!
It was magnificent in every aspect of the word. I was exhilarated and thrilled. I was flying. ...
... on site. We did have a geocache to find here, and the listing said it was placed with approval, so we felt comfortable exploring. The stage is the size of 6 football fields. We were intrigued also by the building blocks – which looked like giant Lego.
We then went up a side road for a view spot and then up a different side road for a mini geocaching trail. The caches had us out of the car and seeing the terrain up close and looking mainly ...
... and tractors on poles to advertise a museum of Trucks and Tractors (what else), rolls of hay, signs saying Wheatland country and only the odd tree, usually near houses.
Drumheller has a lot of dinosaurs – small, large and enormous. We even saw street lights shaped as dinosaurs. It is the closest town to the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology which friends Julie and Paul recommended a year ago when we were planning this trip. We discovered on arrival that it ...