Econo Lodge Inn & Suites University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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What a day!
Picked up from Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise by bus --- disappointed we did not have longer here - just might have to come back - this is the most unbelievable place on earth
We drove back to Banff, stopped at the bow falls, had some free time to wander the streets and have lunch in Banff.
Then off to sulpher mountain, one of the big ski runs in Canada, we were taken up to top in a gondola, ...
... very yummy, just the right amount of spice and the cheese tasted nicer than normal cheddar. The week before I had got a chicken salad which was also delicious. I was grateful that the dressing came in two sachets as I only needed to put one on – two would have been too much. I think it is good that they had more than just burgers. Ketchup came in the little cups.
Wendy’s is famous for their square patties. I took a photo of ...
... could in Scandinavia, and inhaled as many pieces of baklava as we could in the Balkans. We lived every moment to its fullest on this trip, and returned home with countless memories of an unforgettable experience, one that in many ways, wound up being a sort of tribute to my granny. Because, if you can't eat dessert first after the loss of someone special, when can you?
The Summer of George is now officially over, marked by a return to ...
... hands with Talia, and then when my loving husband could no longer stand my ergonomic suggestions, I was the one to hold down Avaia who went through night terrors at 30,000ft. It only lasted 5 minutes, but I am pretty sure the people in seats 37 E&D would have disagreed saying it felt more like 1/2 an hour.
Aunty Tracy met us at the airport with huge hugs and love, sat between the kids on the way home listening to their excited stories and ...
... We say our goodbyes and head out. The first thing we do is set GyPSy with the address for the hotel. She is indispensable for navigating in cities. The storm has moved on giving us a clear path to Calgary. Shortly past Okotoks GyPSy really starts to chatter and she successfully navigates us to our hotel for the night. There are three lanes of traffic on the opposing side of the street and we wait a long time to get across. ...