BEST WESTERN PLUS Port O'Call Hotel
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... where the residential streets do not get cleared for some time. However I think this is understandable as these with the most use should definitely get priority. I knowing this I may adjust the route I take to work in the winter. If I am going to the gym before work I will take the same two roads as they are major (not freeways, but major enough), however if I am going directly from my home I will take the highways rather than the ...
AJ and BJ couldn't believe that they had managed to make it safely into the Daddy's suitcase and that they were now in the back of the car. This was the first time either of the had been in a car since they had first arrived at the House. They eagerly took turns at peeking out through the tiny gap in the suitcase zip. They could make out the Mummy and the Daddy at the very front of the car and could also see Aury and Emeline sitting comfortably in their own special seats just ...
... Wave good bye to Switzerland!!! Say goodbye! Send some kisses to Switzerland”
Both kids enthusiastically took turns waving a yelling goodbye, and then as I was feeling a wave of nostalgia and sadness, Avaia looked up at me inquisitively and asked…
“WE ARE IN SWITZERLAND MAMA?????!”
…..CLICK…Washrooms were open - phew!
... through the Crowsnest Highway I notice the amount of history there is in the area. “It looks like this is another area that we should visit sometime,” I say to Jim. We are very soon passing through Frank Slide and as usual it is very somber for me. Just the thought that there are people buried under all that rubble gives me a very uneasy feeling.
Within another hour or so we get to the QE2 and finally 4 lanes of ...
Yesterday we had our first adventure across international borders, moving our way north to the city of Calgary. Somewhat reminiscent of Denver, Calgary sits at the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains, right where they drift off into the plains. The city is smaller than Denver, but has a great feel in the downtown area where there are many restaurants and shops. We had ...