Travelodge Hotel Medicine Hat

Address: 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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      A travel blog entry by sterkenmatt on Apr 20, 2013

      ... other time of the day. We had a speaker this week talking about how Our Papa God is celebrating us in our process. Throwing me a party with cake and balloons even when I don't get it right. I realized I so often go to the party, but I don't join in the festivities or eat the cake because the icing is the wrong color. Sometimes I don't like the process so I don't enjoy the fact that I am being celebrated. ...

      Home Sweet Home

      A travel blog entry by ndtownsend on Jul 30, 2012

      Trip home was uneventful. We stopped in Sweetgrass to see if they had my Bushmill's at the Duty Free Store - but no luck. No worries, I grabbed a bottle of the Crown Royal Black, which I have been wanting to try. Customs was very quick and it was good to be prepared, which probably helped.

      We arrived home around 9 pm, and we were hungry, so we decided to grab some food at - - - ...

      Wiley Coyote

      A travel blog entry by healsby on Jul 10, 2012

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      ... s my team's turn to cook again and we decided on tacos, rice and salad. Laura and I also managed to pick up loads of cans of the 99c ice tea that we found in the gas station a few days ago..amazing! We packed up the van and Casey drove us for about 10 minutes to find a spot for lunch. We stopped by Plaxton's lake just outside of Moose Jaw and then afterwards carried on over the prairies again. We passed into Alberta, with a sign saying that we were in the badlands of Canada. There is ...

      Medicine hat

      A travel blog entry by shiverglass on Jun 11, 2012

      11th Not the most eventful of mornings. Leaving moose jaw after some of the group went to the al Capone tunnels. I wandered around the campsite and to watch some ground hogs or gophers... What ever they are called, run around the ground with amy, tegan and Callum. Then we all piled into the van again and headed to a town called swift current. Can't say it was anything special.. Waste of time if you ask me. Mike told us to go into a bar and have a drink...he seems very ...

      Nice nite's stay

      A travel blog entry by dotanddicks on Jun 03, 2012

      ... City Campground is owned by the city (known for Natural Gas Wells - but not in the CAMPGROUND!). It was beautiful - even better than BAKER PARK! Many $$$, but private, grassy sites, trees and VERY WELL MAINTAINED FACILITIES!

      We got in late, but because we crossed over to a new time zone, still had time for a lovely walk on a paved bike path that lead back to town.

      One problem. While setting up, ...