O Hotel Suites the Oscar

Address: 1032 Cameron Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2S 2G2, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Southwest Calgary area of Calgary, is near Spa Europa, Rubaiyat, Bearclaw Gallery, and Gallery San Chun.
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Travel Blogs from Calgary

The long way home - finally back home in Calgary

A travel blog entry by ronkathy on May 30, 2015

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We arrive in LA, 11.5 hours later, bleary eyed and a little smelly. We retrieve our luggage and drag our butts through the expanse of LAX to catch our next flight. I was really hoping for a beer at this point, but the terminal were in has a 3rd world level of restaurant choices. A mall burger and pepsi is the only option available. We hop aboard a remotely familiar ...

Day 6 - Canada - Calgary

A travel blog entry by whereisstevek on Mar 26, 2015

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... between the Rocky Mountains and the Chinook Arch (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinook _wind#Chinook_arch). An interesting cloud phenomenon that occurs in Calgary. I will share some more photos of the Chinook Arch once I process the photos on my camera. We decided to go, which we were both really glad we did as we had a great time. I got to see an authentic Cowboy/Cowgirl bar, with its own bucking broncho (sorry I wasn't game enough to give it ...

Saying Goodbye

A travel blog entry by c36kez on Dec 12, 2014

... marry him yet. Or to have to start planning a wedding, although her future seems to be pretty well sorted... I would be able to understand if she was scared but I don't think she would ever admit to being scared. It had been really hard and full of tension being at the house in Halifax with both my grandparents being sick but being in Calgary was a whole different type of hard. My Oma was doing very well my first visit and very poorly during my second, her body was no longer in ...

Brrr it's cold out there!

A travel blog entry by hjgm on Nov 29, 2014

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... was extended to the whole block. The main water pipes, maintained by the City of Calgary had burst. Again the water loss was temporary. We now have 10L of water here in case this happens again.

4. When it is about -20 and you walk outside you can feel your nose hairs freezing. It is a weird sensation, it kinda tickles. I don't mind it, but then again it is still a novelty. Dan commented that his sinuses were a bit sore from this phenomenon. This would ...

Canadian Blood Donation

A travel blog entry by hjgm on Oct 21, 2014

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... or pop to use the Canadian term) is available. You can have a Diet Coke or a Coke. I do not think this is very wise as the whole point of drinking before and after a donation is to hydrate and rehydrate. Caffiene being an anti-diuretic will cause your kidneys to release extra water, seems contrary to the aim of the donor lounge and refreshments offered.

All in all very similar experiences. Canada just separates the pre-screening into smaller stages where ...