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... kick back then headed out for dinner about 5.30pm. Oh forgot to mention on the street where our hotel is they have a tram, within the city limits it is free, so we boarded the tram to take us to dinner. Decided we will by an all day pass for tram tomorrow which is $9.00 and ride around and have a look at the outskirts of Calgary on three sides.
Just kicking back in room now watching would you believe The Godfather, awesome movie. ...
... so close to the action we heard the pounding of the hoofs and felt the dust being kicked up by the horses. It was fantastic.
I was surprised by the number of guys who missed their bulls, how hard can it be for a Professional cowboy hey?
The women performed well in the Barrel racing with some good times and plenty of excitement whilst the guys provided a fair bit of entertainment on the Rodeo side. There were injuries as you would expect from this type of ...
... rules football by a mikle! There was one crazy bareback rider from NSW, the rest were Canadian or American. Have to say it was highly entertaining.
Enjoyed visiting the 'Native Indians' section of the showgrounds, learning about the tribes of the Blackfoot Confederacy - Kainai, Piikani, Siksika; the Stoney Nakoda and the Tsuu T'ina....and the 1877 peace treaty....the Canadian Government's incentive being to build ...
... same place (Barber in front and hair salon in back) near Carolyn's super funky store "Pure Jeanius". We did the gift exchange for the kids and Carolyn absolutely nailed the gifts for Zach - spiderman and ironman figurines, superman pajamas, and lots of other little things. Chris made his famous Spanish Paella for dinner which was amazing. Zach also loved putting on all of Madison's hockey and playing hockey in the living room which gave Todd the idea that ...
One of my goals this trip was to travel with a suitcase that weighs less than Ian's. No mean feat considering that (a) I'm a female (sorry ladies, but we do have a tendency to travel with more "stuff" than our male counterparts), and (b) we're going away for close to three months involving a number of different climates, each with its own clothing requirements. Ian flies a lot, racking up in excess of 130 flights in 2012. That means that he's always packing a suitcase to go somewhere, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet