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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      Day 10

      A travel blog entry by joey3105 on Oct 15, 2014

      ... thing outside the norm this time was buying a bus ticket and taking it to the center of the city. It was a lot easier than the leaflet I got given with the details on. A one hour transit and seeing most of the 3 famous site of Calgary, only joking. Getting of the bus at City hall and walking the 5 minutes to the HI HOSTEL. Arriving to a very friendly front desk and a clean and tidy room. Quick shower and change before heading out to watch the Flames ...

      Are we Ready.

      A travel blog entry by laurawanders on Aug 14, 2014

      ... meeting new people along the way. Flights are booked, Euro rail passes along with an international driving license for some interesting trips. The hardest part is coming up- the dreaded packing. This round should be good, I can actually take a few nicer things. No packing for heat, cold, trekking, jungles all in one trip. And maybe a few things that are not in the state to leave behind. Getting closer to this next adventure and I cannot ...

      Canada Rocks Eh!

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Jul 31, 2014

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      ... musical ride for they closed at 5:00 each day. The beautiful canola fields were just coming in to bloom, and a warm summer rain shower hit just as we were approaching Calgary. We stopped at Nanton to see if the drive in that had delicious milkshakes was still there but sadly they are either gone or were closed as well. We saw the planes though, they were still there. Oh yes.... The smiley barn was still there. I love that this farm greets us just ...

      Calgary Stampede

      A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 07, 2014

      30 photos

      ... began, performed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (better known as 'Mounties') on their horses. Soon after, the competition began. It was set up as a tournament, and from opening day on Friday through to today was 'Pool A' competing for spots in the final on the closing weekend, and from the Tuesday afterwards to the Friday was 'Pool B'. The top four from each event each day would go through to the 'Showdown Sunday' to compete for hundreds of thousands ...

      Canada Day

      A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... telling us how she's pre-cooked all of Ken's meals so all he needs to do is defrost and heat them up while she's away.

      We nipped to the supermarket again for some Rice Krispies and Chocolate to make some cakes for Jasmyn's return from her mums the next day (she'd been away since Sunday). Of course, they were topped with mini-eggs, even though we're a few months late for Easter. After tea, we just relaxed again and had a quiet night in.