Days Inn and Suites Strathmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... inside.” “That’s the plan,” he replies. “What should I get you?” Besides my regular double-double, I ask for a small chili. Jim leaves and I stay behind. This is a good opportunity to make sure that the outside world has not come to a complete halt. When Jim returns we get back on the road to start the push toward Calgary.
This summer cold has been plaguing me for at least half the trip and today is ...
... Therefore, we found the more reasonably priced Hotel Alma on the campus of the University of Calgary. The hotel is a converted dorm that still maintains some of the rooms to look like old dorm rooms. So we stayed in a double bedroom suite that took us both back to some years spent in college. We had a fun night at one of Calgary's few vegan/vegetarian restaurants ...
... the Stephen Avenue pedestrian mall. They have enclosed walkways above ground called "plus 15" which connect almost half of the downtown buildings. We had lunch at the Good Earth Bakery.
Calgary is one of Canada fastest growing cities. This agricultural and meat packing area turned into a metropolis when oil was discovered in 1914. The city ...
... out that I need to apply for a Visa to travel in Nepal. After much research online, I found out there are two ways to apply... 1) Wait until I land in the airport in Kathmandu, push my way past numerous people in line, and wait it out until it gets processed in the airport (and possibly denied).... or 2) Mail my passport and visa application across Canada to the Nepalese embassy in Ottawa and have a minor heart attack while I wait until my beloved ...
... third floor. We spent the late afternoon taking a walk down to the supermarket to get something for dinner. The highway going East was completely blocked for hundreds of meters by big Semis waiting for the road to reopen, they were all just idling away. We spent the night listening to the news and having a Spa. Finally at about 8pm the Highway reopened which was good to see the big Semis moving on so we didn't have to battle with them in the ...