Heritage Inn Hotel and Convention Centre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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Travel Blogs from Brooks
... the morning. There is ************e on the roads; very peaceful. I remember when I was travelling across the Nullabor it was the same. Early on in the morning it was me, a few other eager travellers and the truckies. As the day progressed the number of caravans and tourists on the road increased. I enjoyed the solitude and stillness of the morning. The roads were quiet for the entire trip to the Park. I go there little past ...
Drove 300 Miles on the Trans Canada HWY. today. It is a little boring but so are all the other highways that cross the North America Prairie. A 1000 miles of nice 2 lane highway. Very little traffic and some unique small towns on the way west.
Our first clues that we were nearing the Rockies are the cute little prairie dogs running around. During lunch we watched some of this years babies chasing ...
... Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt bought off this museum for a whole day. Thank God it wasn't the day we went. I don't really know what else to write about this part of the trip, so I will continue with pictures.
... up $122.9 and hit Hwy 1 for Drumheller. Glad we weren't coming from Calgary to Banff as the traffic was held up for miles due to repair work on the highway. What a sight. The view to Calgary was pretty much the same all the way through virtually flat plains of wheat, maze, lupin, corn, cattle grazing or horses. Each farm has their own grain silos and each town the main grain silos.
Hwy 1 is nearly a ...
So we were at our hotel room, minding our own business. As I was organizing, around 16:30 I asked Alice "Hey, were's Inky". She looked and immediately started to cry. "Still in bed in the Coast Inn Lethbridge".
Inky is a stuffed octopus, which remarkably enough has six colored legs. Inky and Alice are always together. Even now that she's thirteen. She still sleeps with Inky.
So what do you do? I called the central desk of the ...