Travellers Inn Red Deer

Address: 4124 Gaetz (50th) Avenue, Red Deer, Alberta, T4N 322, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4124 Gaetz (50th) Avenue, Red Deer, is near Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Red Deer

Highways

A travel blog entry by nancybain on Feb 04, 2015

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Ran again this morning and decided earlier is better for several reasons. The weekday traffic on weekdays is greater. Winding roads with muchos potholes. So we run facing oncoming (most of the time) but no guarantee that vehicle will still in that "lane"..the swerving slalom course they take is erraticYou can gesture to move over a bit but if someone is coming the other way or potholes imminent???and since they are all headed to work, I reckon they only have ...

At least we were all together..

A travel blog entry by brianna.lumb on Oct 12, 2014

... idea about the people in my group. I hope that I have given you a nice little inside look and that maybe now you can imagine what its like spending every single day with these people. (it's not as awful as it sounds, I swear.) Tomorrow I will make a post about some of the lovely non group members I have come across in these travels because they are also wonderful and I want you guys to know about them. I hope that everyone is having a happy and safe thanksgiving weekend. Take care!
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The Mountains are Calling and We Must Go!

A travel blog entry by sarah.harding on Jul 10, 2014

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... 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 ...

Bentley rodeo

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Aug 09, 2013

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... Australian. My hat is off to anyone who ca ride a bucking bronc or a bull. Heck,I can't even stay on a horse on a pleasure ride.

I had a great time watching the rodeo. I wanted to return Saturday to see the Wild Cow milking contest, but I was too tired. Maybe someone else will send me a video clip from their adventures. My next adventure is the women's motorcycle rally in Kanaskis, AB.

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Alberta

A travel blog entry by jazincanada2013 on Aug 08, 2013

... and activity but when we arrived it was lifeless. That may be because everyone was travelling for the long weekend we didn't realize was happening. We stayed at the Calgary West Campground where we hot showered and did out washing and had an amazing meal cooked on our stove. The next day we decided to leave Calgary and head up to Edmonton where again what we got was different to what ...