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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I am slated to hop on da bike to head south...never did that before so off I trotted to Billings (first long ride with me new RT).
Okay....the Rally was cool...more Beemers than you could shake a stick at but why am I bothering you with drivel about this you ask....wait for it......well...seems the outfit I was conversing with had a booth there and Scott the President (awesome guy) was manning it, Ryan the chap I was emailing told him about me ...
... to take off, we were lucky and the staff were able to switch seats around and get us sitting beside each other!!! (They didn't have anything available in Winnipeg so we asked again in Calgary) It would have been a long flight if we were sitting with strangers! Sinisa was hoping they would bump us up a class but when we hit on and saw the fancy beds in 1st class we started laughing, no way they would bump us up there for ...
... wave pool, amusement park with roller coasters(all inside the building), show with sea lions, miniature golf, skating rink, a hotel, "theme areas" (such as "Europa Boulevard" and "Chinatown"), several food courts and massive crowds of shoppers.
Tired from the mall, we drove to a completely different place: Elk Island National Park. The park has the densest population of hoofed animals: bison, elk, deer ...
... I'll see if I can go walking while they play. I can watch the whole game from there... Well, that didn't work...there are two rinks here and both games were played in the older arena...the one without the track. Ron's team beat Ontario 5 to 2 and lost to another Alberta team 4 to 2. The other Alberta team had a lot of players that Ron plays with every week, so there was a fair bit of nonsense on the ...
On our way to Marwayne we stopped in Edmonton to buy horse riding boots ($130) we needed for the ranch and have a goodbye lunch with our polish housemate Anna from Fort McMurray. We arrived in Marwayne which is still in Alberta near the Saskatuan border after dinner time and asked the locals at the pub where we could find Allan and Chris Browns place. They lived 15min from town and met them that night. Marwayne has approx 600 people and the ...