BEST WESTERN Village Park Inn
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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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... Sara and Langston were from America. The also realized that there was someone else from New Zealand who had joined the group and that his name was Grant.
They all headed outside into the swirling snowflakes. AJ and BJ quickly realized that everyone thought the snow was amazing. The Canadians said it was very early for snow and everyone was especially surprised at the sudden change given it had been so warm and sunny just the day before.
They all got into the ...
... everywhere. the city is really buzzing. Although I am ready for a nap now in my lovely new hotel room :)
When I woke up I went for a walk around the streets and Calgary it looks like an awesome city that buzzes all day long, The retail looks epic although it might be a ...
... ever go
back I would also like to go to Sea World, Knott’s Berry Farm, and possibly
I am glad to be home and see all my animals
and my mom. On a side-note my cat and fish were alive when I got home (thanks
I hope everyone has a wonderful week and
maybe next trip I will write another blog.
As a side note I have attached a few more photos that I do not think I have shared yet.
I'm officially living in Canada! For those that don't know, I'm a nanny in Calgary for a pretty cool family. It all worked out pretty awesome - Kim from Cobram had a friend that needed a little help around the house and looking after the kids while they worked. I'm with the Gray family - Kendra, Mark, Porter and Kenzie. Porter and Kenzie go to a French Immersion school and therefore school is all in French! Kenzie is in Kinder (Prep) ...
... happened. I cannot imagine someone crossing two lanes of traffic, a meridian and backing through a fence accidentally. Another mystery I may never solve!
Wednesday night, I made fried egg sandwiches with cheese whiz and relish for the girls. I love this sandwich and have not eaten it in so long that I forgot I prefer it untoasted with just a dash of relish for zip. Try it, you might like it. After supper, my cousins David and Linda Coll and their ...