Howard Johnson Express Calgary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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cheap and cheerful. nice staff, clean bedrooms and nice breakfast. would stay again
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So here we are again, nearly a whole year since getting back from our travels in South East Asia, we are back on the road again starting in Canada and we are greeted with some surprisingly good weather.
Thursday we flew out of Gatwick airport with Air Transat into Calgary and arrived bang on time. Picked up the car and headed to the …
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... a reservoir that was just above Whitefish Lake. The reservoir is absolutely beautiful and has lots of wildlife all around. All the water I saw in Montana is stunningly pristine. I camped right by the pullout, which was probably a bad idea considering the hiking path there was pretty popular. Even still, I met some really interesting people and had some good conversations. One older man was from the Summit area before all the Silverthorne and Frisco really started to grow. ...
... and asked what happened to my bags. They didn't appear surprised when they advising me that my luggage was on another UA flight, arriving later that afternoon (4 hours later to be exact). WTF!! (That's two now if you're counting). With no other option but to exit and meet Lori and Dave, who had been waiting for me to arrive, and most likely by this time were wondering where I was. The doors to exit the Arrivals hall opened and there was Lori and Dave ready to welcome ...