Comfort Inn & Suites Airport
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(Do I hear groans?)
Today, we wandered the town a bit before we left Banff, then we drove back to Calgary. We ate lunch at Costco and filled our thirsty car. By then it was after 2pm.
We then went to The Military Museums, thinking they were open till 5pm. We looked at the tanks outside the museum, then went inside a few minutes …
... market via traversing the entire town… but it was cute. We bought some pickled garlic. The samples were very good. We walked back to the town center and had a nice lunch at the Whistle Stop Pub. We got pork knuckles that were seasoned very nicely and then a plate with soup, salad and flatbread. Very good. I walked to the NP visitor center and made another work call. Karen finished up the laundry. We were finally ready to ...
... been unable to stand the public transit and I think it is because I have always had a car. I got my licence at 0830 in the morning the day I turned 17 and I had a car. So I have been accustomed for 10 years at having transport at my fingertips. To me having a car and licence was a symbol of freedom and independence and I miss that.
Don't worry I'd definitely get a bus to downtown Calgary because I do not like to ...
... which allows you to stand up whilst riding to stretch the legs and give the posterior some relief. There were large areas of wheat crops as far as the eye could see with the backdrop of the snow covered peaks of the Glacier National Park. The trip was made more interesting by the deserted barns and houses, which were in various stages of disrepair or partial collapse. I was relieved to arrive into Calgary, and even more thankful to have a break from the ...
Excitement reins supreme in our house - sprinkled with a bit of anticipation and anxiety! This morning's task however, before our last foray to church for some loving, was for N and A to test their new snorkelling gear in the bathtub. Good news - it works!!! Better news - they loved it. Best news - the cuteness was heart ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Airport Calgary
A nice suite for a great price. Lots of places to eat within walking distance.
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