Days Inn Red Deer

Address: 1000 - 5001 19th St, Red Deer, Alberta, T4R 3R1, Canada | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1000 - 5001 19th St, Red Deer, is near Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Red Deer

How to forgive

A travel blog entry by brianna.lumb on Nov 02, 2014

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... things both to me and about me.

We just had mid project.. A time where we are meant to reflect on all aspects of the program.. Going into mid project I was apprehensive.. Everyone in the group has been having a difficult time, we have been in the stage of group development called 'storming' and the group discussions we've been having really brought everything to a head. It was scary at first, but we ended up working things out... Fer and I came to ...

At least we were all together..

A travel blog entry by brianna.lumb on Oct 12, 2014

... like talking to a friend. And thats because he is a friend, not just a supervisor. In fact, I would say that David is one of my closest friends in the group right now. I love his views on life, he is such an interesting person and he is always up for an intellectual conversation, something I'm not able to get from just anyone in the group. He never fails to make me laugh and I think that he and I actually have a great deal in common because we really understand ...

Goodbyes, Goodbyes, Goodbyes.

A travel blog entry by brianna.lumb on Oct 01, 2014

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... see you on this day... That will make it easier I guess, but we still have to leave Peru again after that.
Something that I said to Daniela in July, and something that I still think of often, is how important this experience is, because it teaches us to let go. I think it is very important to be able to build relationships, to love people, even when you know that you will have to say goodbye. I don't think that people should be afraid of goodbyes and ...

A wonderful prayer from total strangers.

A travel blog entry by ginettebelley on Aug 01, 2014

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So I loaded up my car and was heading out to Calgary. I decided to grab a bite to eat. I was going to go to Dairy Queen but at the last minute I decided to go to MacDonald's. It was really cool inside so I went and sat outside. There was a couple there as well eating with the tea cup poodle. We both ended up finishing eating and headed towards our vehicles. For some reason I asked them if they were from Red Deer and that opened ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by travelin_biker on May 28, 2013

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... put on my rain gear. Things were not looking up! In fact, I didn't hit very much rain...at that time. I did see a cow elk, some deer, lots of Mountain Sheep and a couple of black bears. At one point I was cruising down the road and there was a big black bear sauntering up the road, following the yellow line. Not a care in the world, and in no big hurry to get off the road. Being on the bike, I was nervous about trying to pass him so I waited until ...