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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 …
... the world and from ancient to modern times ...
The city itself is interesting, very spread out, even the city 'proper', and lots of it low rise, though the CBD is largely high rise. But it is, overall, seemingly a lot smaller than the Sydney CBD ... of course, Calgary has really only taken off in a big way since WW2 and. really, only since the Oil Boom of the 80's. It still has a ways ...
... left there were still no tears, no emotions that I let out. Truthfully the lack of emotions kind of scared me… this was the last time I was going to see my family for 6 whole months, why couldn't I even shed a tear or feel sad at all that I was leaving. I believe that it was because I was peaceful about this journey, and that I was under a devine peace and that I knew I was going where god really wanted me to go. As soon as it was time for me ...
As we thought, Fingers found alive and well selling herbal tea with partner who goes by the name of Foster. Girls got their first real taste of cold weather as we made the dash to the car at Calgary. Negative 25 on arrival with a wind chill factor it was -35. Snow everywhere, bring on our first white Christmas, Birthday drinks on arrival for Dad. Catch up with Coffees who had arrived the previous night. Fingers and Karens home picturesque with snow dropping from rooftops ...
Yes I am safely back home, having navigated the Rome and Toronto International Airports by myself and lived to tell the tale (but I might have a nervous twitch for a week)!
For any of you thinking of a DIY trip to Italy I thought I would include a few travel tips. First of all it is very easy to travel in Italy without having to be confined to a tour group (I like tours, I do take tours, and they certainly fill a need) but Italy needs to be savored slowly which just cannot be ...
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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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