Travelodge Hotel Calgary Macleod Trail
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Unbelievable, as Gordon Nigurski would say. We leave tomorrow, mid-morning. This post serves three simple functions: 1) It is a permanent reminder that right now, in this moment, all is well, and no travel headaches have arisen. The determinist in me knows that as the future is predicated on the past, all hiccups ...
... US of taking the land known as the Northwest Territory. The museum detailed aspects of the life of the Mounties and the subsequent coming of the railroad and expansion of this small fort and trading post into a major metropolis. They had a lot of exhibits of actual relics supplemented by detailed reproductions of lifestyle artifacts. Instead of static displays these were exhibited in rooms or stores set up to represent a feature of the era, for example a ...
09:00 FULL BREAKFAST BUFFET
As a group in semi-private area at the hotel in The Rimrock Restaurant on lobby level.
Highlights include free range Eggs Benedict, locally sourced breakfast potatoes, crisp bacon and Valbella
sausage, pancakes, French Toast and organic Highwood Crossing oatmeal, house made Bircher Muesli, granola,
fresh seasonal fruits, smoked salmon, ...
... surprise came from the management at North Fraser Pretrial Center. As it turns out, a miscommunication leading to a rather small production error, led to our good fortune of kindly being donated 146 brand new, quality soccer shirts that will be distributed in various places along our travels to some aspiring young soccer athletes (stay posted for pictures of some smiling faces). In addition, we have bought various ...
... also eating the newly fallen snow. Pretty much best day ever by his standards. I hunkered down for the night, and must've needed some sleep as I was out cold for most of the day.
Morning came, and we jumped back on the newly opened highway. It was a beautiful ride, with incredible winter views of the mountains. Quite other worldly. A mere 5 hours later, we rolled into cow-town, and found our way to ...