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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... travels. Of course we are no closer to deciding. We also went up to Didsbury, a small town 45 mins outside of Calgary, to see Uncle Glen & Liz and ate Steak and drank wine. It was lovely. They were both so kind to lend us their Chrysler Pacifica for two weeks to drive across to the west coast. It's was such a help and a great drive ...
... to more grassland and a richer green color than we had been seeing. Before all the plant life seemed brown and tan and gray with short prairie grasses and sage brush predominating. Nearing Canada we were seeing green grass and hay fields. After entering Canada it changed to even more lush foliage with many planted crops such as oats, and other grains and even the hay fields were green without irrigation machinery. The flatness of the ...
... bus, had a cuppa and slice. The bus left at 14:00 and about 20 min later we were at Delta Bow Valley Hotel where we stay tonight. Our tour is called "Glacier National Park and the Rocky Mountains" and is run by Globus. We met our tour guide, Lynda. She is a pleasant, efficient and helpful lady of mature years. After we had been to our room and filled in some information for Lynda we went backdown to her desk and handed in the information. She showed us how to use the ...
After an early morning departure from Ottawa, landed in Calgary (update: airport still under construction) around 10 AM. Bad news; the flight was crowded and Johnny had a window seat in the last row, charming. Good news; for active and retired Canadian and US military, currently Air Canada waives the baggage charges with presentation of proper military ...
... partners, church partners and other folks in Rwanda and Uganda. There is much learning, fun and adventure to come! I really look forward to embarking on this experience with this great group.
Angie (Ambrose professor & travel study leader)