Heartwood Inn and Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with their leather chap pants which looked a little odd however just added to the atmosphere. I don't know if the Hoodoo Gurus got there name from the next stop however the Hoodoos are a unique feature of mushroom shaped sediment rocks formed as a result of erosion of sediment bedrock. Next onto the Garlic celebration in East Coolee at Bruce's brothers place. Doug and Viv's place is a fantastic weekender that was an eclectic ...
I have seen some museums in my time, and to be honest, I think I've seen all I want to, they're all starting to blur into each other. That is until we went to the dinosaur museum at Drumheller, the Royal Tyrell Museum. The quality of the displays is fantastic, and the completeness of the dinosaur fossils is quite phenomenal. Drumheller is basically a dinosaur graveyard. The other thing that Drumheller supports, apart from tourism, is oil. There are oil wells dotted all over the ...
... seeing, would be Newsies, Matilda, Book of Mormon, Bridges of Madison County, plus many others! I know that I wont see all of them.
We will also be doing many workshops over the 16 days of our trip. I am looking forward to those - to learn more about myself - my voice, etc. This is training that you won't get anywhere else, at any other school. Rosebud is the only school that I know of where they take you, as part of your schooling, to a ...
... 10 at a time. It is still in use. Del later told us it had recently been vandalised, but it looked fine. It may explain the notice saying that there are no electronics on site and music is supplied by the telephone line.
We had flapjacks for lunch in a fun family place near the BnB. It had a train running around a line above us, and helpful staff. It also had huge meals… and taking the flapjack I could not eat in a doggy bag was not sensible. I was ...
... the pillars. We had good views of Rundle Mountain and could even spot the gondolas going up Sulphur Mountain by the flashes of light. We met a tour party on the way down and then a young couple with their son, Louis. I was intrigued by the 'boots' Louis was wearing and his Mum was happy for a photo to be taken.
We went back to the BnB via Bow Falls. They are pretty but we have seen so many others more impressive this trip. We saw April’s husband Peter as we were leaving ...