Econo Lodge South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a town of ~12000. Another Main street, more stores and restaurants and tractor dealerships.
While driving from town to town, I stopped along the way and took photos of the endless prairies, massive dark storm clouds, golden crops. We saw fields and fields of ripe grains, herds of cows and empty roads from horizon to horizon.
When we got to the hotel in Calgary it was already dark, so we checked in and went to sleep.
... Adios Mis Compadres,
Mis Amigos y Compaņeros.
Senor Mexico Dave
There are billions of people in the world
that are living in extreme poverty...
FOR WHERE YOU WERE BORN,
FOR WHERE YOU ARE,
FOR WHO YOU ARE,
FOR WHAT YOU ARE,
FOR WHAT YOU HAVE....
FOR WE ARE THE FORTUNATE ONES....
... was the only adventurous one, choosing a bison burger. Following an exploration of the local "rock" shop where you could find every stone and fossil imaginable we discovered the "Fudgery" where some people indulged in candy apples or other scrumptious concoctions. We then headed back to the car and drove to the Banff Springs Hotel before stopping at the Bow Valley Falls. There we watched the raft tours head down ...
... br> For 6 years I have cut my children's hair. It is a darn site better than a bowl haircut…but now that they've both lost the curl to their hair and every miss cut on my part shows up in a lopsided hair do - requiring requisite hair curling every morning, I decided to make my life easier and their relationship with me, better. To the hair dresser we went.
Talia and Avaia loved how they looked ...
... penguins and Rockhopper penguins. They had plenty space and we stood watching them dive in, swim through and come flying out at the other side!! It was so funny! The more we watched, the more we laughed!
Our next stop was Prehistoric Park. It was a lovely walk through trees and by a stream, with huge dinosaurs throughout. It wasn't my cup of tea to be honest but Phil enjoyed it and it was a pretty walk! Canadian Wilds was the next part, and there we ...