O Hotel Suites the Opal

Address: 1903 5A Street S.W, Calgary, Alberta, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Southwest Calgary area of Calgary, is near Sante Spa, Forzani's Tech Shop, Rubaiyat, and Art Mode Gallery.
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The long way home - finally back home in Calgary

A travel blog entry by ronkathy on May 30, 2015

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... B737-700 for the final flight of the 'day'.

We arrive home at 10:30 pm Sat, 28.5 hours after leaving Brisbane. No snow and warm!

Well there it is, end of the trip - the past 4 months have been an incredible experience for us. As always happens, we have a new list of places to go that we missed this trip. Hmmm, where to next?

The Advencha ...

Day 6 - Canada - Calgary

A travel blog entry by whereisstevek on Mar 26, 2015

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... after my mishap with the horse in NZ), line and other more modern country and western dancing (plenty of girl flipping and twisting going on that's for sure), and we played some Pool, which Leanna won, 3 games to 2. After a long day out and about, getting back from Ranchman's, we sat down to watch a little TV and chat. It was almost 1 am before we knew it. Time for me to get some sleep, as I had Lori and Dave picking me up around 8 am, to take me to ...

Saying Goodbye

A travel blog entry by c36kez on Dec 12, 2014

... What hurt me the most was seeing how it affected my Opa who was constantly at her side. My aunts were affected differently and seemed to be coping very well but were certainly concerned. It put some stress on me and Em, i would have liked it to be a nice carefree visit but it just wasn't meant to be. Em and I rarely have tense moments but this trip would definitely go into the books if there were any. We love each other but we're both good at fighting whether it be all out or ...

Brrr it's cold out there!

A travel blog entry by hjgm on Nov 29, 2014

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... he is outside for longer periods of time than I am when he walks to the train station.

5. When it dips to about -15 it is recommended that you plug your car in. What does that mean I hear you ask? Here in Calgary it seems standard that cars come with block heaters. A block heater provides warmth to your engine so it starts up easier in extremely cold conditions. (Here is the wikipedia article on them: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Block_heat er). I am ...

Canadian Blood Donation

A travel blog entry by hjgm on Oct 21, 2014

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... Australia everything is completed at once. I surmise that the Canadians do this to make you feel like you are moving through a queue, rather than having to sit and wait for a while in the waiting room.

I'd suggest the biggest difference is the lack of computer in the pre-screening room. I feel this does disadvantage the Canadian system as the donors history cannot easily be accessed. This can be useful for a number of reasons: perhaps a donor has had a ...