Travelodge Hotel Medicine Hat

1100 Redcliff Drive South-west, Medicine Hat, Alberta, T1A 5E5, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1100 Redcliff Drive South-west, Medicine Hat, is near Rosebud Theatre, Hidden Valley, Alberta Springs Golf Resort, and Calgary Convention and Visitors Bureau.
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    Travel Blogs from Medicine Hat

    Week 6... Say What?

    A travel blog entry by sterkenmatt on May 09, 2013

    Well my friends, we are almost halfway through the school portion of our internship. It is amazing how fast time can go by. What a beautiful thing it is, I must declare, to be in a place full of people hungry for more of God and in reckless abandon to setting their lives in line with the will of our all knowing Father God. We have been challenged and seen incredible freedom in people and are forced to look inward at what our motivations are, ...

    Wiley Coyote

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Jul 10, 2012

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    ... really confused, especially when it just suddenly stopped and the air was really hot. We were heading for Medicine Hat, and our last night on the Canadian prairies. They have been lovely, but I cannot wait to get into the Rocky Mountains and to hike and swim and see the landscape. Tonight was also our last bear free night, however, and tomorrow we'll be in grizzly territory...eep! The night was quite relaxed; we had dinner, played corn hole, drank tea and updated the blogs. Lovely! Deej ...


    A travel blog entry by shemstravels on Jul 10, 2012

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    ... downtown Moose Jaw ready for our tour into the tunnels. Moose Jaw is famous for having tunnels under the town that were used for smuggling alcohol into the USA during the time of prohibition. The 'Tunnels Of Moose Jaw' tour would give us more information about these tunnels and the connection that the town has to Al Capone (he used the town as a base of operations on occasion). We went inside, paid our money then were taken over the road ...

    The Gas City

    A travel blog entry by davidcombden on Jun 10, 2012

    ... re off to go camping with Laura, Duncan, Jesse and Stacey at the North Ghost campground NW of Calgary. I hope we don't see any ghosts!

    Or bears!

    Or ghost bears!

    Updated: Kara and I lost the crib tournament, Rex and Mo are the reigning champions in their household, so far as I can tell.

    Updated again: Actually I do hope we see a ghost bear. That would lead to a pretty exciting installment of "Dave & Kara, ramblin'".

    Home Of The Worlds Largest Teepee

    A travel blog entry by appleandparsnip on Mar 04, 2012

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    ... first entering this mad house. For the 1st time in 1.5 years, I was in a family home again being looked after and cooked for. It was such a good feeling again, and of course made me miss home a little.

    2 days later Ryans best friend Tony picked us up and brought us to his home. He had 3 housemates, Fandrick, Jay & Alissa and a gorgeous pit bull Deja. All of them made us very welcome and our intended 2 or 3 week stay turned into 2 months. My work ...