Kensington Riverside Inn
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... house serving Alberta beef. Poor Jason had been up to 3am at a gig in Saskatoon the night before and then had driven back to Calgary (6-7hrs) - he was a tad sleepy at dinner. Plus had to go home & pack for a 7am flight the next morning! Was great to see him as well as Gina. :)
Night still young for us though ... Jeff & I went off to Ranchmans, a country style nightclub (?), complete with Country ...
... that I wasn't over excited at the thought of coming here as it's not something I personally like but I thought as I'm on an adventure I'll give it a go. This open mind of mine soon changed when the first thing we saw was the livestock barn!! It was my worst nightmare and it soon got worse when I saw the signs and boards about slaughter and for beef and pork recipes right next to the animals pens, plus they were selling meat in the arena. I got myself out ...
... Our cabin is quite some distance from the nearest small town, and as we work 7 days a week we only journey in every 10 days or so to pick up groceries and do laundry etc. Our team consists of 8: some PhD and masters students, a couple of supervisors and me (the baby undergrad). I have attended weekly lab group meetings this past academic year with our team, and so now know them fairly well – we all get ...
Well I am now seriously behind on my blog because since I last blogged at Lake Louise we have continued our travel across the Rockies through Banff, Canmore to Calgary, Flown to Vancouver, Ferried to Courtenay (which is on Vancouver Island), and driven south to Victoria.
So we rented a car at Lake Louise which was the first time I have driven on the left hand side of the road and sat in the drivers seat which was on the left. We packed enough bags to fill an Olympic ...
... gear Store MEC – Mountain Equipment Co-op. We wandered around there for a while and started to understand the Canadians a bit more…. They live for the outdoors – whether it is rock climbing, skiing, white water rafting…. You name it there is stuff here for it! A new piece of equipment for us was the snow shoe – similar to the tennis racket look on the feet for plodding around in the snow…. Ha ha! Must try this out!
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking