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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlenmore Inn Calgary
Very nice place, had everything we needed for an overnight stay
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... been in for the past several weeks. Omaha was probably the closest city in size but I think Calgary is larger. We had very heavy traffic as we came into town as we hit rush hour traffic and a couple of construction zones.
We had read up on, and talked to a visitor center staff member about going through Canadian customs so we hard boiled our eggs (no fresh allowed due to the outbreak of bird flu in the US), converted our lemons ...
... tea. We are on the 32nd floor and have a huge bed room as well as lounge with a sofa and chairs and a kitchen dining room. Also a balcony. Not sure if everyone got the same sort of room or if we hit the jackpot for the best room. Shame we are only here one night to enjoy it. It is nice to spread out after being in small bed rooms for two weeks ...
... Good conditioning for New Mexico. Didn’t golf that day but scouted out some potential venues for our next game (pictures provided). Maybe Tuesday will provide an opportunity to get out again as the weather is predicted to be a little cooler. Tune in next time to find out; did John go golfing on Tuesday, did the weather cool down in Calgary, ...
... is referred to as the "red wave". We follow the wave along a circuitous route past the Calgary Tower to the Galla Winehouse and Bistro on 17th to meet K & A for a dinner of tapas and wine.
We arrive back at K's as the "wave" is spilling out of the bars, loud and disappointed. This left us just enough time to download some maps and Spanish language apps and reserve a room for tomorrow before calling it a day.
... to work I noticed that my colleague Angela had parked her car facing the other way around. I followed suit. The fierce wind here from the North would now be hitting the rear of our car, keeping our engines somewhat protected.
8. Sometimes in very chilling temperatures it is a good idea to pop your windscreen wipers up. This can stop them from freezing to your windscreen. If they freeze to your windscreen and you turn them on in your car then they will rip ...