Coronation Inn

Address: 4707 50th Street, Red Deer, Alberta, T4N 1X3, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4707 50th Street, Red Deer, is near Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Red Deer

Like a good book, I can't put this day back

A travel blog entry by brianna.lumb on Nov 19, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... time we went to Lima. Travelling was exhausting and stressful but exciting and I'll always remember how excited I was in the Toronto airport... I spent so much money on food.

Getting to Lacombe and meeting our host families was super exciting. It was such a change being with people who spoke english, and as much as I love Peruvians... the Canadian families are way more easy going. It was so exciting being able to cook or bake whenever I wanted. I loved showing Canada to ...

Its always better when we're together

A travel blog entry by brianna.lumb on Oct 11, 2014

... than I know myself sometimes, and i often find myself asking "Daniela I feel anxious and I don't know why, do you?" and most of the time, she did know. Because thats how well we know each other. When people meet us, they are shocked that we didn't know each other before the program. We finish each others sentences. I know when Danielas sad, even if she doesn't know that she's sad, and vice versa. I believe that she is the truest friend I have ever had. With her excellent ...

Goodbyes, Goodbyes, Goodbyes.

A travel blog entry by brianna.lumb on Oct 01, 2014

3 photos

... see you on this day... That will make it easier I guess, but we still have to leave Peru again after that.
Something that I said to Daniela in July, and something that I still think of often, is how important this experience is, because it teaches us to let go. I think it is very important to be able to build relationships, to love people, even when you know that you will have to say goodbye. I don't think that people should be afraid of goodbyes and ...

On the road

A travel blog entry by gypsyntoad on Jul 28, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... hold onto his coffee without shaking it out of the cup. Carol and Sim made the most of the warm air blower in the rest rooms to dry their gloves. After we had warmed up a little we set off again and the skies cleared to allow our clothes to dry out. Saw a moose on the side of the road which was very exciting. Sim has been in Canada for two years and this was her first sighting. Stopped again in Edmonton for fuel and a burger then it was back on the road for another hour and a half of ...

Welcome, folks

A travel blog entry by racheleden on Jan 30, 2013

... population speak twi (pronounced ch-wee) which we've all been hopelessly trying to learn
4. The country is famous for their "Azonto" style dance. Check it out on youtube, it's hilarious and Jacq is frighteningly good at it.
5. They have the most scary ass diseases you could ever imagine. Schistosomiasis, Malaria, River Blindness, Elephantiasis, Ascariasis, Trachoma, hemorrhagic viruses.. the list goes on. Google image my friends.

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