Holiday Inn Express Suites Airdrie
Travel Blogs from Airdrie
... by how well everyone not only knew each others names, but knew what they did, what talents and strengths they had and where they had needs. No one was afraid to ask for help and share their burdens but instead people looked for ways to give back to the community and take care of those that had the least. This demonstrated in our conversations with university students from La Vega who had dreams for a future of ...
... at cousin Carol's house. We painted a door, a door frame, a couple of ceilings, part of a stairway and the upstairs bathroom. I am grateful for frog tape as my vision gets worse and my ability to make a straight line with paint diminishes.
When Cathie and I returned to her house on Tuesday, we saw damage where a neighbor had backed a car through the fence of the house across the street. Curiousity is killing me, but I can't go knock on the door to ...
What else do you do in Alberta when it is crazy springtime weather????? A little retail therapy. Walking the super malls with the family and then checking out some new farm machinery at a friend's place near Crossfield. Finish the day watching Tanner play basketball at SAIT with a quick stop at Peter's Drive In on the way ...
... established for the 1988 Winter Olympics) and then along Riverfront Avenue which winds along Bow River. Just a stunning area for walking, cycling, running etc. Very picturesque. We saw Prince's Island Park and then wound our way back to the Hotel. The weather was stunning - no rain today and quite warm.
On our way back Carmine and Tia stopped at a money exchange on Stephen Ave Walk where we had eaten last night. What a difference from last night. The ...
... to make its own traffic. All along the line it split the land into 80 acre lots, fenced it, dug a well, built a simple house, ploughed the land and then recruited immigrants to come and begin a new life in Canada. The railway shipped in thousands upon thousands of people, put them on the train and dropped them off at their new house. By this time the new immigrants were usually heavily in debt to the railway and had no farming experience. One of the functions the church ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services