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The little lady wanted to go to bed late. As I was in bed already (yeah, I'm an old ****. My 13-year old goes to bed later then I am), she woke me up. Which was I guess my punishment for waking her up early the day before. Then I couldn't catch sleep anymore. So I woke up by 2:30.
I got out early and excited to find out I was mistaking …
... of time to explore. Driving to Dinosaur Park, the terrain changes quickly from farmer’s fields to the badlands as you head down a steep hill. Both of us were pretty thrilled, as the badlands were quite a different site to what we had spent the last few days driving through. It was also my (Matt’s) first time seeing anything like that, which was exciting.
Getting there early was ideal, ...
... sleeves for our expenses then went to IGA Richard is craving for a pizza plus water for our coffee. Something we eat once in a blue moon and regret later because it doesn't agree with our tummies.
Heated the oven cooked the pizza, early shower went online and booked the Executive Royal Hotel in Regina our next stop some 550kms away. Richard has finally given in and let me share the driving. Long live the ...
Day Four into our roadtrip and we're south of Alberta. Our campsites have all been finding somewhere off the beaten path; our only request is we're near water. It has been perfect traveling weather, not too warm.
Leaving our campsite the other day along a long forestry road we saw a little black bear, sweet.
Going for a swim in the reservoir, it's a man made lake here that irriigates the farms around here. The water is from the Bow River.
Next stop Saskatchewan. ...
... started getting huge, far bigger than our Island norm. And then the alpine main stage curtain rose. Between Rogers Pass and Banff, there are countless vistas that one could spend days admiring without growing tired or uninspired. Massive slate and granite walls of stone are highlighted by gleaming glaciers and turquoise rivers and lakes. I could go on and on, but the travel writers ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHeritage Inn Hotel and Convention Centre Brooks
Smelly old rooms. Not the cleanest. Friendly staff, but that's all you can say at the positive side
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