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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Village Park Inn Calgary
Check in was fast and easy, bed was VERY easy to fall asleep, and check out on the TV was really quick - got me to my meeting on time!
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... still warming up from it and I wonder if I'll ever feel completely warm again.
Tomorrow we head to Banff for five days, then back to Calgary for a night before we leave Canada for LA. Our trip very quickly seems to be drawing to an end. We have jam packed days coming up in Banff, so looking forward to the dog sledding - so there's plenty to look forward to yet. Starting to think about where we might travel to next though :-)
... the safety cards anew…
“Look Mama! Still no high heels allowed!”
“Drink some more water girls..don’t want to be dehydrated…” (pair #48..pat pat pat).
“Hello dear British Airways passengers. This is your captain speaking. Wanting to welcome you aboard the flight today to London. Just a wee (I think he’s Scottish, still ...
... and had some lunch. Was a nice little spot. So peaceful! Then back to town to get a few things then back out to camp. We cooked up a feed and fell asleep to the sound of rain. The next day depended on the weather. A hike or 2 or if it was clear, the sky tram and other sights! Final day in Jasper was good but uneventful! We got up and once again the weather looked pretty miserable. So we sucked it up and just decided to do what we could. First up was the. Valley of the Five Lakes. It's ...
... when it came to Asset-Mapping and Appreciative Inquiry, was such a unique hand-on-learning experience for me. The joy, selflessness, humility, and entrepreneurial spirit that most of the small business owners, community leaders, and youths displayed during our interviews were inspiring for me. It was unique in the sense that by simply focusing on what skills a person or their fellow neighbor already has and applying that ...
... 16 hours) back to town in time to pack up, eat incredible Ethiopian cuisine (Thanks to Heidi, Josh and Andy), and say good bye.
Travel was uneventful - including Jenee’s and my excursion into London for a few hours. Actually, we did have a few panicked moments right before I left the compound. The taxi I called had always come in a van, but this time I forgot to check and remembered 15 minutes before we needed to leave. I knew the 4 of ...