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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... and the one we did was to hike to look for fossils.
We went on a 1-1/2 hour walk with 2 stops thru the Badlands. The path is dirt and some areas a little steep but not difficult. The walk isn’t long at all. The first stop was in a flat semi-circular area at one of the hoodoos. Fossils and rocks have washed down and are strewn about the ground. The guide pointed out ...
... the mines to the "tipple" where the coal was sorted by size and then loaded into train cars or trucks to be delivered to their customers. The couplers on the carts were pretty loose, so each time the train of carts would start or stop, there was a pretty strong jerk to get us moving or stopped. After the train ride was over, we walked around the mine site and checked out the many buildings that remained after the mines were closed in the late 70's. ...
... Tyrrell Museum, ie the dinosaur museum.
The museum was waaaaaay cooler than I expected! There was some interactive information at the start, and then heaps and heaps of fossils, along with information all the way through. This is also home to the Albertosaurus which was pretty cool, similar to a T-rex although a different size and, they didn't live at the same time. It took you on a journey through time starting before the dinosaurs and ending ...
... delicious food of black bean , potatoes , beets of all colours , beef etc all containing Garlic. They were so friendly even with Mosquitos that descended en mass. This was a great way to finish our Calgary segment and we will hold some treasured memories Canada as a result of such friendly people and spectacular scenery and of course our hosts that left no stone or mountain unturned to ensure that we got the full Canadian ...
... almost every disaster movie! It's called "the City that Never Sleeps" for a reason - there is always something going on!
I am going on this trip as a class at Rosebud School of the Arts, in my second year. I am in the Mentorship in Acting, Level 1 program. Part of the requirement is to keep a Journal for the trip, so that is where this blog will come it. Essentially, it will be my journal. The reason that these International Theatre trips are ...