Deerfoot Inn and Casino
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Kids pool
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
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... by marshland and beaver dams. We rode about 6km return and passed by group of students roller skiing 25km - really good exercise with short skis on wheels and poles.
We then rode back into town, over the river and up to ...
... not encrypted so you could watch all sorts of shows including the Grand Prix level horse jumping. We got hooked on watching the jumping at Spruce Meadows. After they encrypted the channels we even subscribed to a sports channel so we could record the jumping in the middle of the night and watch the next day. We drove all over the grounds today and looked at the venues they use for the jumping. Unfortunately the show season is over ...
... service, free in their business district.
One of the biggest local attractions is The Calgary Stampede, a modern day rodeo/carnival which draws huge crowds. Unfortunately it wasn't going to take place for another few days and we need to be back on the road before then.
With all hellos, there is always a time to say goodbye. We had a lovely few days with them and leave with good memories and a huge hope that we will meet again before too long.
Heading to Burlington, ON for the annual Miyagi Chojun Festival, so named for the founder of Okinawan Goju-ryu Karate. There are 4 of these major training camps each year, spanning the globe. One in Oceana, Europe, Russia and North America. We are on the same flight as Dave's bff, Fernando, so Dave is in his happy place. The two of them are busy on the flight solving the worlds' problems.
Who knew? There's a hurricane warning for the Hamilton area! They ...
It is almost time to leave for Greece! It's kind of funny, the moments before I leave on a trip are some of my favorite feelings. I am filled with excitement and adrenaline for all the new experiences, as well as the anticipation of all the infinite possibilities that await when you choose to get lost. Every door is unlocked and its completely up to you to choose which one you go through. The first time I truly felt my soul resonate with the universe was during my travels ...