Travelodge Hotel Calgary Macleod Trail
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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We have had an amazing summer of travel through BC, Idaho, Montana, and Vancouver Island, experiencing mountain highs, ocean breezes, and fun times with family and friends. With Wanda (the wandering van) packed to camp, we travelled on back roads, rambled around Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, saw Old Faithful, played our guitar and ukelele, detoured through Whistler, saw the house that Bill built in ...
"It seems to be taking forever to get where we are going," said BJ.
I know," agreed AJ, "I hope Aury and Emeline are okay."
"They will be," said BJ reassuringly. "JM said she would make sure all the toys looked after them. JM is the best, she will make sure everything goes right and will look after Aury and Emeline"
"Are you sure?"
"I'm positive AJ."
"Okay," said AJ, "I know they will miss us but the other ...
... friends! In under 5 minutes, like kids on the play ground, Tony and I connected with another mom in the Train park…our exact conversation went like this...
“You have a kiddo – so do we! And we’re Canadian Swiss!”
“Hey…I travelled through Canada for 3 months!”
“So cool! We love the mountains and travelling with kids”
“That is awesome, we do ...
... for several minutes and notice that the path continues on farther down the hill. “I wonder if there is anything farther down,” I comment. “If there is, I am not going.” “I wonder,” says Jim. “You stay here and I will go and take a quick look. He walks away from me and I continue to enjoy the view. Jim returns in a few minutes. “There is nothing more to see down there. Lots of sound but nothing ...
... to get rid of before their flight the next day. And lastly, they gave us 2 Bongongo/Adjungbilly Cricket Club hats that they had bought over to give to a couple of special friends that they would meet on the way. We sent them away with many thanks and hopefully nice memories for their trip. We hope to see them again when we return to Australia! Our last morning in Calgary, July 14th. We met with Emily again to say proper goodbyes, then soon hit the road for Fort McMurray... ...