Red Carpet Inn

Address: 4635 16th Avenue North-west, Calgary, Alberta, T3B 0M7, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Northwest Calgary area of Calgary, is near Stephen Avenue Walk, Riverside Spa, Olympic Hall of Fame and Museum, and Market Mall.
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      Travel Blogs from Calgary

      Brrr it's cold out there!

      A travel blog entry by hjgm on Nov 29, 2014

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      ... I couldn't grip my steering wheel they were so numb. I will never be doing that again.

      11. Dan and I were considering going to the movies today. We also need to get groceries. I thought we would go to get them after the movie. The movie times were released and when I was considering whether the 3.40pm session I thought that shopping after the movie might be too late and I would prefer to head home / get dinner because I'd be hungry. I considered ...

      Burger Blog #4 - Fatburger

      A travel blog entry by hjgm on Oct 11, 2014

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      Today we went to a British butcher to buy traditional sausage rolls and meat pies - very hard to acquire in Canada! I had hoped they would be hot and we would be able to have some for lunch, but they were frozen, and I was hungry so we headed to our next stop on the list of burger places.

      I was impressed by the staff at Fatburger. They greeted us enthusiastically, were ...

      West Edmonton Mall

      A travel blog entry by cillapitcher on Aug 11, 2014

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      ... you bought tickets at the information centre and each ride cost a certain amount of tickets. They weren't cheap sadly, so we opted for the two biggest rollercoasters. The smaller of the two was colored yellow and consisted of four seats facing each other in a cart which spun around independently of the base as you zoomed around and up and down the track. It was a big of a neck-jerker but fun nonetheless, especially careering down the drop sideways ...

      Canada Rocks Eh!

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Jul 31, 2014

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      ... s house. They had invited us and even though Neil would have been perfectly happy to continue to host us, we took ourselves to the cooks private suite. They had moved about a year ago in a new home in the "burbs". The house had many immunities that they could not pass up that made adapting for a wheelchair that much easier. They have a whole suite in the basement for a caregiver. Since they do not have one, we got to sleep in a wonderful room that ...

      Touch down in Canada :D

      A travel blog entry by kristina.reid on Jul 29, 2014

      ... The cowboy was hanging on for his life and then there were these men who kind of protect the cowboy, They are called Rodeo clown and they run around the bull when the cowboy jumps off to distract the bull while the cowboy gets away.


      My other favourite event was the barrel racing, this is where manly lady riders are ...