Radisson Hotel Calgary Airport
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We lucked out again, and Mt. Robson was still visible when we woke on Friday morning. As we'd gained yet another hour when we crossed into British Columbia, and we realized we'd lose it again almost immediately during our long drive back to Calgary, we wanted to get an early start. After a final breakfast consisting of all the food we'd amassed …
Our final drive into Calgary was along a perfectly straight, seemingly uninterrupted highway through apparently endless fields of wheat and grain. I can clearly understand why Alberta is called the Bread Basket of Canada. We made it to our hotel in the early evening, and had a couple hours before I headed over to the airport to meet David, Katie, …
WOW so i made it to Calgary not as tired as i thought i would be.Mind you i just had a coffee and can of coke on the plane hehe!to perk me up.
Head to the Radisson Hotel first thing i notice on the road is the amount and size of the trucks (utes) over here they are huge!!!oh and the fact I'm on the wrong side of the road is trippy its been a …
... again to check out the lookout, it offered really good views of the city but unlike Vancouver had no information to tell me what I was actually looking at! I then chilled in the park for a while till taking the transit back to the Greyhound depot to wait for the midnight bus to take me to Winnipeg. No chance of feeling scared with all the security staff ...
... will be notified. We're in the home stretch now as we speak. Out of Pinch-a-Loaf Creek (now aptly named). Mel's at the wheel for the remainder. We already miss this holiday but how we ache for home. ------- Before we stop and my energy wanes: Much love and admiration to my wife for doing the lion's share of the trip organization and for being the anvil to my hammer, the feathers in my boa. Much love to my children for making me a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service