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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... it was actually pretty packed. I think all of Medicine Hat must have been in there, cos they weren't anywhere else.
I couldn't even get a postcard from anywhere, not even the visitors centre. We went and took a photo with the world's largest teepee, then got the hell outta there. We didn't even bother taking a photo of the sign for the town, which we have been doing at towns with silly names. Moral of the story....don't bother going to Medicine Hat!!
... with wonderful memorabilia. I got a fright going to the toilet as there was arm poking out from the base of vanity but I realised it wasn't real as that was what the decor was like.They were very welcoming and we were invited to join them for get together with neighbours and everyone had to supply food to share so long as it contained garlic and was locally grown. This was fantastic with people gathered round a ...
... was completely different. We headed on the South Dinosaur trail to the site of the 'Passion Play’. This has been held each July since 1994 in an outdoor setting and involves a hundred or more locals. Del (our hostess) plans to be involved once she stops running the BnB but at present she is far too busy. As there is seating for 2700 there must be a lot of demand for accommodation, so that is not surprising. The setting was nice and peaceful today, with only ...
... watched two videos about the museum itself. After the museum we found a nice park in town to cook dinner at and chill out for a while. Later on we went to McDonalds and sat in our car outside to get the Internet. We managed to talk to mum for ages which was nice. Lindsay text us and said there was a 94% chance of the northern lights to take place in Edmonton according to Aurora Watch. Typical we missed it! That night we slept down a quiet ish street and parked up on the side of the ...
After driving for the best part of 2 hour’s on some of the straightest roads on earth we arrived in Dinosaur city – Drumheller. This little town is situated in the Badland’s of Alberta near the Dinosaur provisional park - to be fair it was basically in the middle of nowhere.
Our first stop was The Royal Tyrrell Museum, which is a leading centre of palaeontological research centre known for its collection of more than ...