Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Drumheller
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a dinosaur correctly.
There are some living animals like some huge cockroaches maybe 2-1/2” long and a soft-shelled turtle, the type of which was in existence millions of years ago.
The museum has many educational opportunities. We missed many of them by arriving in the afternoon. They offer chances to make casts of fossils and hear stories. For older kids, they can dig ...
The drive back north was just as repetitive as the way south, it was extremely hard to keep my eyes open as a passenger, until all of a sudden the landscape changed dramatically. We were in the badlands, and I could tell that Dave was struggling with the wind to keep the van driving straight. I don't even know how to explain the landscape. There were heaps of hills and cliffs, with striations of different rock through them making them look stripy. Definitely ...
... insight as to how significant the immediate area was with finding fossils about twenty years ago. We got into our trusty stead and of the last chance saloon in Wayne for lunch. The saloon was what we thought was a typical Western themed pub and we suspect it wasn't themed as was pretty dilapidated. We had fried onion rings , chicken wings and zucchini strips and where of good quality. There lots of weekend motor bikers ...
... proud night for us both. You can picture the scene, Jaxson and Jayla going around and around, passing each other in turn, and our little Blaine running to keep up with them, and when they get a little too far ahead, he turns around and races at them head on as they come around the loop. Needless to say, everyone had helmets on! Papa and Grandma joined us for BBQ burgers and s'mores. A great night round the fire. Full house in the RV ...
... Dinosaur RV park. We ended up heading the wrong direction and when we realized our mistake there was no place to turn our 53' feet. We drove an hour extra trying to find a place to get headed back in the right direction. Finally found and parked at our campsite at Dinosaur Trail RV park and then went to the Tyrrell museum. The museum is very impressive and unexpected in this small town farming community area. The museum is amazing and ...