Ramada Drayton Valley

Address: 2051 50th Street, Drayton Valley, Alberta, T7A 1S5, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2051 50th Street, Drayton Valley, is near Beehive.
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        And.... Home!!

        A travel blog entry by mktkachuk on Apr 27, 2015

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        ... now which is nice. Everyone has asked what the fav part of our trip has been. We've seen and covered so much ground it's really so hard to pick just one. Here's another list... The volunteering was great. The shanty town tour in Lima was such an eye opener. These people have nothing and are still so happy and generous. Def a lesson we can take away from them. Cusco as a whole was fantastic. Our trek and Machu Picchu was unreal. Seriously a dream come true. The wine in Argentina was ...

        2nd day in Jasper

        A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Sep 22, 2013

        Cold cloudy day. Planned trip to tram way cancelled. Snowing at top. Went downtown Jasper. Neat little town. Went into bakery and Fred had an Oprah endorsed raspberry white chocolate scone. Walked on small island, very cold. Drove to Athabasca falls. Very beautiful and ...

        Hong Kong to Seba Beach - Day 29

        A travel blog entry by sue_and_brian on Jun 15, 2013

        2 photos

        ... full of stark contrast/contradiction- modern and ancient ways of life, high tech and rudimentary, conservative/traditional and progressive, wealth and poverty, urbanization juxtaposed with rural farmland that they are highly dependant upon for feeding the mass population, clean and dirty....-certainly they strive to present their best 'face' to foreigners like us. From our perspective, the rhythm of our journey worked out well- for the first two weeks, while ...

        Depart for Beijing

        A travel blog entry by sue_and_brian on May 17, 2013

        6 photos

        ... perspective (bringing essential balance through levity). We know that our reflections will evolve over time; we hope also that this blog will help to trigger some memories for us long after we leave this highly interesting and unique country. Here goes.....hope you will enjoy.... May 18/2013 We begin afoot in Beijing at the Beijing Capital International Airport, one of the legacies of the Beijing 2008 Olympics-the Beijing airport is a state of the art, massive ...

        Packing up.

        A travel blog entry by duchesne on Dec 30, 2012

        15 comments, 5 photos

        After Christmas celebrations and a nice visit from our grandchildren Makenna and Tyler, we packed up our 19 foot trailer. We made our final goodbyes and headed south through Lethbridge and on to the I 15 highway in Montana.

        The weather was warming up after weeks of cold and snow, so we were reluctant to leave our winter paradise. On the other hand, we knew travel would be better with our "rig" in warmer weather so we headed out. ...