Sandman Hotel Red Deer
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Red Deer
... try to see another aunt and uncle but found no one at home. That was enough time in the big city for us and we headed north. With Red Deer only some 112 km. away from Calgary it shouldn't be a very long trip but when I am still encouraging visits to rural Alberta it adds miles and time. We headed east off the 2 some 63 km. from Red Deer but I expect we covered 120+ km getting there the way I nagivated.
First stop Torrington to see the world ...
... them, and that if I do that I may grow to love them after all.
Nolans counterpart, Angel, is the sweetest guy I have ever met in my life. The way he speaks English is adorable, the way he speaks Spanish is adorable. Even his constant swearing is pretty damn adorable.He has a huge heart. The day that Val got sent home, Daniela and I were both in tears and Angel gave us the biggest hug ever and then spent the day with us, walking all through Palca with us and helping us ...
... and Inca kola. I miss that stupid game show with the girls in their bikinies and I'm even starting to miss chicken rice and papas. I miss seņora andina and kelly. I miss Luis and Jorge, and I really miss Arnold porque Arnold es mi mejor amigo y quiero mucho mucho mucho. I am having fun in lacombe, but march can not come fast enough... Anyways. I should get some sleep. por favor sea seguro y feliz. cuidar el uno del otro. Yo quiero a ...
... stands 2240m above sea level and offers amazing views of the rockies. It provides easy access from the highway to a days worth of hiking, scrambling, traversing and running down scree and shale slopes; we had a blast! It was a gorgeous day, maybe a little too hot but we started the hike around 7 hiking up through the forest and meadows until we reached the ridge, and thus started the fun part. Scrambling up along the ridge to the back side of ...
... strong winds to Red Deer. All up it was a 6 hour trip. The bikes went well. Once we checked into the hotel carol made a charge for the shower and Tim had to prise her out. Now, properly defrosted, we are sitting in the bar having a Caesar, beers and bourbon. Tomorrow will get an early start and head for Lethbridge. Should be our last day in Canada for a while. Sat in the bar, only Aussies present with Bob and Robin from Gasoline Alley in Brisbane, Walter and Sim, The Gypsy and Toad. See ...