Carriage House Inn
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- Heated pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
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... there was no signage but it is in a good location in East Village- a new high rise residential area just 10 minutes walk to the Main shopping/restaurant area and right beside the rail way station.
We are in a 6 bed female dorm and after dropping our luggage off we drove to park near Stephen Avenue and mall area. Madeleine told us that Calgary has ...
... the entire herd was licking or eating something right in the center of the road. The second herd was 1 ram, about 6 ewes and at least two kids. They started out beside the road then wandered down it. We also saw a couple of deer, one was walking right across the entrance drive to a lodge not more than 100 yards from the building and the crowds.
Today we got out of town which felt wonderful. I can do cities and traffic but much prefer to get some gravel in my travel. Peg ...
... 19 miles of tunnels that the trains go through headed west.
Peg and I also learned how a grain elevator works and why they are called an elevator. It has to do with a vertical string of buckets that pick the grain up from "the boot". The boot is an area lower than the wagons, or now trucks, where they dump the grain after weighing and testing. These buckets raise he grain to the top of the elevator and it is sorted and dumped into several tall ...
... an executive decision not to go to Iguaçu Falls. We are going to spend the time visiting a few more cities and small towns in both Uruguay and Argentina. We saw Vic Falls in Africa, they were amazing but 2 hours out of 2 days isn't worth the time.
So we are flying to Lima and spending 4 nights there at the Casa Suyay. We arrive from Toronto at midnight and our hotel ...
Kris and I leave tomorrow for Peru, so today is a day to go through everything. We will spend 3 days in Cusco getting accustomed to the altitude (11150ft) then on May 16 we start our trek to Machu Picchu on the Inca Trail. 4 days of trekking. We have an extra day at Machu Picchu to explore the ruins and climb Wayna Picchu. Back to Cusco overnight then fly back ...