Holiday Inn Express
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... when we got to the information centre. The bison roam in a large area in the south west part of the park, which was a 2 hour drive from where we were. On top of that, they have such a large area and the trails are only in a small area, that even if we drove an extra 2 hours each way we might not see them. So there didn't really seem any point. We did 1 walking trail down by the river, which was where they said we were most likely to see wildlife, including elk, ...
Left Saskatoon area this morning, crossing into Alberta, our 3rd province in Canada since we left the States. Staying the night just west of Edmonton Alberta, Canada. Bucking a wind all day, made our first fuel stop in Canada, ouch!! They like their diesel fuel here, coach has a 150 gallon tank, need I ...
... in my life cursing about the roads in Calgary, AB. Well, I take all that back. It's amazing the material that comes to mind when having a good meal and a couple of pints of the local brew. Today's choice was Henry Hudson's Brewing Company, which as I googled later, is another one of these 'cookie-cutter' chains. :( Well at least it was new to me. And considering their 'house' lager was very good, I would recommend it. Oh, the ...
... as they pass each other conveys more than just a "hello": it's an acknowledgement of the road that they share and the conditions they are facing at that moment. But these acts of community extend beyond bikers. It seems to me as though motorcycling can bring out the very best of human kindness. There must be something in seeing someone who braves the elements without due cause that inspires others to new levels of generosity. ...
... power. It reaffirms to me that things don’t make you happy and that it isn’t about what you have, but more about who you are! Again, many of the Christmas presents make you think twice about this principle. One of the most powerful experiences was meeting our sponsor child in Cambodia and seeing the conditions where they live. Finding out about his everyday life was very insightful for all of us.
We have been asked many times about how it feels to be back and ...