Best Western Diamond Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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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. ...
... the bridge we trucked down to the Hoodoos. Geological formations of rock here in the Badlands. Our last stop of the day was Atlas Coal Mine #3. One of the best preserved coal mines in the area, we had the opportunity to take an underground mine tour, over 1 km into the mountain, or a train tour. We took the train as Blainer was too young for the mine tour. A very interesting tour, man, did those guys have it ...
... swapped cars. Now have a Chevrolet. Lost two hours in time but set off again. The landscape we passed through is flat with low rolling hills and it all seemed to have had wheat harvested from it. Some areas were finishing off making hay. Virtually no animals to be seen. Same landscape as far as the eye could see. Bit like west of GDR. Landscape started to change as we got nearer to Drumheller with bigger hills. Went straight to the Tyrrell Museum ...
... time I could order a half meal.
As it was still raining lightly we decided to go to the Reptile House. It was well set out, with signs telling you how venomous each snake was. I like turtles, John likes snakes. There were some cute multi-coloured frogs (and some revolting ones) - we had fun. The signs were interesting – one snake has the colouring of a more venomous one to fool predators. One snake is of great benefit to farmers as it is harmless ...
... depot, nice car to drive but like driving blind as I had no idea where we going. Dropped off and all ok, headed for Tim Horton's for coffee, spoke to Pam she said she would do supper for 7pm. All ok and until we got to Edmonton, Ian had a tantrum because we got lost! Made it to Nicks by 6.15pm! Pam cooked us a steak dinner, lovely - had a fair bit to drink too, nice bottle of C******nay from ...