Travelodge Hotel Calgary Macleod Trail
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... between the Rocky Mountains and the Chinook Arch (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinook _wind#Chinook_arch). An interesting cloud phenomenon that occurs in Calgary. I will share some more photos of the Chinook Arch once I process the photos on my camera. We decided to go, which we were both really glad we did as we had a great time. I got to see an authentic Cowboy/Cowgirl bar, with its own bucking broncho (sorry I wasn't game enough to give it ...
... to make the time for until now. So far as I can tell there's more iPads in the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport than there are people. Weird right? I've packed three pairs of underwear for the whole trip. I also tell anyone who will listen that I've packed three pairs of underwear for the whole trip. Wiser folks have suggested that I pack maybe one or two more, and they probably weren't wrong, but apparently it's become ...
... the original burger with pulled pork and Dan ordered the double beef and bacon burger. once the patty was ready the server then asks you what salad and sauce you want - like Subway. I really like this! Whilst Dan liked this option, it was his opinion (and I agree) that the counter was poorly laid out and a Subway style bay marie would have been beneficial to highlight the burger filling ...
Another beautiful morning, but snow is forecast for tomorrow. After a short walk to look at the mountains in the distance, we set off to Calgary airport. It was an easy drive as it was Sunday, so no rush hour traffic. There were a few other bikes on our flight but also a lot of young children, so not the quietest of flights. Still we got back to London with bike undamaged so a successful trip overall. The Rockies were spectacular and the triathlon ...
... without walking on the pavement- Calgary has a series of walkways fifteen feet above the street connecting buildings so in the below freezing temperatures in winter they don't have to face the cold to move about. Alex was quite enthusiastic about getting from our start point all the way across to 'The Bow'- the tallest building in Calgary on these '+15's' and while we took a few unusual turns and felt like we were getting lost, he led ...