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Travel Blogs from Lethbridge
... in words though. I would say that the greatest lesson I have learned through all of this is to live from the heart. It is a powerful principle that I think of any time that I get overwhelmed, discouraged, lonely, or upset. I simply live from the heart, it is okay if I don't understand everything that is going on around me, it is okay if there are many things that don't make sense. Instead of living from my head or from my understanding, I have to live from my heart.
... very nice to have your own vehicle once you are there. Punta Gorda is not a very popular tourist destination (yet), which seems like the reason that people that do go there as tourists, like it. Very rustic and authentic which will be interesting to see/experience!
We are staying at a hotel that is owned by a Canadian couple. By their emails they sound very nice and we are really looking forward to ...
... finally made it to Winnipeg to get some well needed rest.
September 28th, 2013
Day 4 we played tourists for the first time on the trip, spending part of the day touring Winnipeg. We checked out The Legislature Building (along with The Golden Boy – who, might I add, is rather muscular for a “boy”), we drove past the new Canadian Museum for Human ...
... little stores selling a variety of quality clothes, foods etc. They sell great hot chocolate and coffee too.
On the way to Lethbridge, we passed through a town called Sparwood and stopped to check out the world's largest truck. We thought they were big at Moranbah but they were puppies compared to this one.
Passed by the Frank Slide- a huge landslide that happened in 1903 burying a town that held 600 ...
... me so of course I volunteered to participate!
Back at the RV, we feasted on some salmon that Bob and Karen brought with them and then the guys decided they needed a machinery fix, so it was off to check out one of the 'big reds' parked nearby.
It's great to have friends that you can just relax and enjoy. We'll miss connecting with them down south this winter. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking