Imperial Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... History, Art, Modern Art, American History, etc), group supper at the Hard Rock Cafe; Ford's Theatre musical production "Freedom's Song"
Day 10: Ottawa
tour of Canada's Parliament buildings; tour of the Royal Canadian Mint; shopping and lunch at the Byward Market and/or Rideau Center Mall; Canadian War Museuam
........arrive at Calgary, bus home
... along because one of the campers beside me came over to help put the rain fly on so that saved a minute or two.So jumping inside the tent I waited out the 25 minute deluge. It poured. But then it cleared off and was a pleasant evening.
I took the drive before dark out to two viewing points they recommended. Some of the pictures are included. The view points were about 6 km from ...
... Cebu Philippines. I pray that their heart be prepared and made ready because we are going in to proclaim the name of Jesus. Mark 16:15-18 tells us to Go! in His name, to cast out Demons, to pray for the sick, to raise the dead. We will seek first His kingdom, and look for how He wants it reflected in the Philippines I believe that every place on earth has an aspect of God's character they are to reveal to the rest of the world, and my goal ...
... downtown Moose Jaw ready for our tour into the tunnels. Moose Jaw is famous for having tunnels under the town that were used for smuggling alcohol into the USA during the time of prohibition. The 'Tunnels Of Moose Jaw' tour would give us more information about these tunnels and the connection that the town has to Al Capone (he used the town as a base of operations on occasion). We went inside, paid our money then were taken over the road ...
... yet to come through so until it was approved, there was no point in us moving anywhere as I couldn't work and we would quickly ran out of money.
Over the next 2 months we occupied our time with the others by walking around Medicine Hat, shopping, drinking coffee, playing golf (something I have started really enjoying) and having regular house parties involving beer darts and beer pong every weekend. I went to my 1st hockey match and for a week it ...