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As the last night's hotel basically sucked big time we left it early in the morning. To tell the truth, at the same time as the many workers that apparently stayed there. Now we're getting somewhere. Drumheller, the Dino Capital of the World.
Only a short drive on the Highway 1 NB, to change up to the 3 WB and then take the 10, named "Hoodoo …
This morning was as sad as we thought it would be. There were lots of tears but it was reassuring to know that the Caswell's are planning a holiday to Australia in the near future.
Following our goodbyes we hopped in our rental van and started the 6 hour drive to Drumheller where it is 37 degrees celsius!
We stopped off at the …
Inside a dinosaur's mouth in Drumheller, Alberta we met a lady from Toronto. She was traveling with a child and asked us if we could take a photo of her and her niece, standing in front of the huge Tyrannosaurus Rex teeth. Olivia and I obliged. It turns out that her niece had family in the same town where my grandmother now lives.
The day …
Our day began with an awesome bus ride seeing some of the many sights and long fields of Alberta. We had our first put stop at Horseshoe canyon. It was the perfect teaser of what was to come in the Badlands. We arrived at lunch time to Drumheller, where we started with a great hike around the Badlands. We sadly did not see any Hoodoos. We then ventured into the Tyrell Museum. Where we discovered the wonderful world of ...
... and relax. Dinner was an awesome apricot chicken, mashed potatoes and vegetables with mini vanilla cream pies for dessert- YUM!
After dinner, we had some more free time to catch up on journaling, phone calls, and finish showers- all while trying to avoid being attacked by the mosquitoes which seemed exceptionally hungry! We ended the evening with a beautiful Canadian sunset and much needed sleep!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Drumheller hasn't got the neatest population of Hotels. This one is right next to the big Dino, so very much in the center. It's neat. Makes a clean impression, but nothing over the top.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.