Howard Johnson Express Calgary
- 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 …
... s fridge is so full we managed to empty it a bit with all sorts of toppings. We went over to the lake for fireworks. The lake is now completely frozen over so we could go on it. The fireworks were awesome and it seemed more magical than usual to have the snow as a backdrop.
Back home... Riley watched movies while Margaret and I played dice games and cards. A tame New Year's Eve compared to years gone by, but it was ...
... it out of my mouth. It had not been under my tongue long enough to get a reading. Finally the forth time I put it under my tongue and my temperature read 37.1 degrees Celsius.
There were little single use plastic tubes to put over the thermometer - so that it was clean for each person. These tubes were rather like those that you get when you get breathalysed. Between the two of us I think we went through six!! In case you had not figured temperature is not ...
... I imagined, with a population of 1.2million! Luckily I'm only here for the one night as I fly into Toronto tomorrow. The only saving grace was the hotel which was nice and because they were short of rooms they upgraded me to a suite!
Thursday 11th September
I flew into Toronto this morning on West Jet, which I thought was ...
... takes me to Claresholm. Joyce Bishop is an old family friend from Aurora. I babysat her 4 boys back then and the Bishops were part of the group that spent every Thanksgiving at Timberline Lodge in Kearney. Their family moved to Alberta many years ago but we have always stayed in touch. She was the recipient of a regular supply of novels from my mother up until a short time ago. I had forgotten how pretty the drive is south of ...