Days Inn and Suites Strathmore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Departed the snowy city of Calgary - yes snow. A random storm that left our hedges horizontal and broken branches all over the city. We flew out of one of the highest cities on the planet - within a few days, we will be at the lowest spot on earth. A brief stopover in Toronto, then the 10 hour flight to Tel ...
Today was supposed to be a rest day, but we decided to deviate from the programme for the first time. We wanted to visit Calgary and if we had remained in Big Sky we wouldn't have had time to do so. So, for the first time, we set out on our own! Although it is fun travelling in a group, it also made a nice change to travel on our own for once! The route took us through the wheat fields of Montana ...
Surprise! I've been a nervous wreck today. Just kidding, no one is surprised. We were allotted a carry on luggage and a backpack for the two weeks. I had a jaw-to-floor type of reaction. That is some kind of magic trick if you ask me. Naturally, I have forgotten a handful of things I dubbed essential. I travel within the city with more stuff than that. This bare essentials mentality won't last long. The Queen has already boughten stuff from the ...
... used to have. I pondered this and decided it was a silly money making thing. The people I called most in Australia were my Mum, Dad and best mates Simon and Kayleigh, all of whom resided in different states to the one I was in. I rarely called my friends in Canberra because I saw them so often we would catch up face-to-face.
Second lesson: here (and in the USA) you have to pay to receive a call. That's right the big telecos got together and decided ...
... the hotel (on a major through road) was full. We had to abandon the car in the 2nd lane of traffic and just ask the valet parking people to sort it out! They did so very effectively and saved us a lot of stress.
Walking into this hotel was another moment when we felt like we'd stepped back in time to another era. It was majestic, original, 100 year old style - and again built for discerning early 1900s railway passengers.
We explored ...