Days Inn Calgary Airport
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... to La Guardia airport. Since it was an international flight we had to check in 90 minutes before and when we got into very slow traffic and the driver started asking what time our flight would be we got very worried. Thankfully we made it in time and checked in no problem.
Our flight to Toronto was pretty quick, helped immensely by the kids being able to watch How To Train Your Dragon 2 on their little tv screens on the ...
... it was a hazy day it wasn't to long before we could see the expanse of the Rocky Mountains which extended from one of the side horizon to the other with expansive peaks sometimes covered with a glacier or a dusting of recent snow. We arrived at the camp site which is nestled in amongst towering mountains at the Sundance camping ground and we were assigned our teepee which is very comfortable with beds , floor and a ...
... some of them are cops, they had heard about the accident, which happened in Bonavista, a community just south of us. The story goes that it was involved in an accident and that the driver took off and has not yet been found, but that he may have some minor burns and abrasions from the incident ..so it really was taken for a joy ride and then ...
... princess in me was on high alert due to Simon not being with me and traveling on my own, maybe I was fair in my decision - I tend to think so. I checked in and checked out, walked up the street and stayed at Aloft. Aloft cost a little more and breakfast was not included, but it was fresh, happy, vibrant and had a professional air to it. Not to mention I felt safer there. Yes I am a princess, I like to feel comfortable.
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... isn’t easy. Located in Calgary, Alberta, Heritage Park is Canada’s largest living history museum, with hundreds of exhibits, rides, shops, restaurants and daily demonstrations and activities to keep the young and the young-at-heart captivated in the past for a history lesson we couldn’t find in any textbook!
Back to camp around 5PM we met for a social and travel meeting at 5:30 to get ready to move to Banff.