Travelodge Calgary International Airport
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... that Canada had seriously discriminated against the indigenous people until the early 1970’s. Forcing them onto reservations, breaking treaties, taking their children away from families to educate them in white institutional schools in an effort to remove them from their traditions. The same thing Americans did. Peg and I found it of note that while Americans started around the same time frame to address the inequities of blacks that we have never done as much ...
... difficult. The most challenging thing has to be the 4 lane roundabouts. I have not seen these anywhere else. Basically you have to enter the roundabout in the correct lane, depending on where you plan to exit. And you have to do it all in reverse and at high speed. Everyone else knows exactly how this works and expects everyone else to know. Learning this skill on the fly while jet lagged and learning to shift with the wrong hand is not ...
... These five women fought to have the decision appealed to a higher court of the British government which then overturned the decision and allowed women to be appointed to the Canadian Senate. This park was a beautiful tribute to such an impressive group of people and seemed a proper dedication to a pivotal moment in Canadian history. Hey everyone! So I've been part way through this entry for a long time and i ...
The Calgary Weather Channel reported a sunny day with a high of 22 Celsius. I beg to differ. The alpine air descending from the snow capped peaks is refreshing yet cool.
We begin our walk at Lougheed House, across from K's place and walk to the Bow River Trail. It is Friday and the park is full. Joggers, bikes and babies are everywhere. This is a young and vibrant city.
We then follow the "suits" ...
... you like 5% gone that leaves 5% and the reason we now have a travel ditty that consists of a chorus of 'fish, salmon, cod' with verses of Halibut and Shrimp!!
- feeling quite homesick - such welcoming friends, beautiful familiar scenery (albeit it 'blank' -
as in flat on the prairies and that big open blue sky)....the wide-open ocean - next stop Japan!!
long, almost empty beaches with strong tides (Pacific ...