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... remainder of the day getting settled into our home for the next 3 days. We also walked the hotel grounds, and as you might expect, through the shops located in the hotel.
We ate dinner in one of the hotel's restaurants called the Largo Kitchen. It was very good plus they had my favorite Italian restaurant desert - Italian cheesecake - yum OOO.
All and all i'd say it was a pretty good 1st day!
... us off at one of two stops at the grounds. So we opted for the latter, and our choice worked out so easy and simple.
We arrived at the Stampede grounds as the clouds were getting dark and the wind was picking up. We first went into a building that was like a Quartzsite tent on steroids with everything under the sun for sale. We then went back out on the midway just as the rain hit, so we hurried into a building and found a variety show, and got ...
... we headed back we had a sit and a people watch in a juice bar as everyone is getting ready for stampede in a 2 weeks time. The journey back was a little more rush hour like! But we made it back to the apartment ready to order some food for dinner! Food was amazing! We ordered in from Earls restaurant. A prawn sushi roll and ribs for me and the same starter for James with a chowder all scrummy and demolished in ...
... than some of the multiple-hour stories I’ve heard.
After the shakedown, I sped off into the great yellow north: pretty much everything from the border to Calgary was farm and ranch land. It was getting to be lunchtime, so I stopped in some small town and decided to try out a cornerstone of Canada’s fast-food industry, Tim Horton’s. I had a Chicken Panini (not really the typical Tim Horton’s fare) and a Nutella-filled pastry, which was ...
... no defined address, just instructions provided by Leanna. We found our way out there soon after 9:30 pm. Leanna and I worked together at ANZ for a few years while she was living in Australia (around 20 years all up), before she moved back to Calgary in 2001. It was time to farewell Lori and Dave (for now) and say hello to Leanna. We worked out it had been around 13 or so years since we saw each other last. However it felt like only yesterday. Leanna was my host for the next 2 ...