Heritage Inn Hotel and Convention Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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Travel Blogs from Brooks
... Mary had to go home so she wasn't travelling with us anymore.
The Tyrrell Museum is amazing to visit, even if you're not interested in dinosaurs. They have found huge bones and they have lots of them.
I was ...
... campground is situated right next to a free for all hiking area through the badlands. We set up our camp, then started off on the public loop. We didn’t last very long on the road, preferring to trek through the hills and valleys on our own terms. Becca decided we were going to climb to the top of the tallest hill we could find. Getting up wasn’t too much of a problem, getting down was the tricky ...
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. ...
Denny and I truly enjoyed the drive today. The landscape crossing Saskatchewan into Alberta is one of magnificent prairies, rolling grasslands filled with grazing cattle, oil and gas drilling stations, endless freight trains loaded with all sorts of natural resources and sodium sulphate deposits.
We had no idea what the large deposits of white were that ring Lake Chaplin in Saskatchewan so ...
... Siksika, literally ‘Blackfoot’, no explanation necessary. Unfortunately the rain’s starting to come down heavily, which requires me to slow down some in the process. It finally lets up, though, making an already beautiful landscape even more so. Most impressive are the vast fields of yellow flowers, which I think is canola. It looks surreal, as do cows sharing pastures with oil wells and pumpers, a landscape similar to the one I grew up with ...