Travelodge Calgary International Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Woke up at 8:15am so I could fit in one last short hike before our late check-out time of noon. Daisy had already decided she had done enough hiking and preferred to sleep in. The early morning mist was starting to clear and the lake scene was again breathtaking but different what I had already seen. Couldn't resist taking some shots before …
... view something a little different than before. We sure will. Thanks for joining us. We look forward to continuing to share our adventures with you and also learning from yours. I will leave you with one final observation. Despite the distance we've travelled, the destination of our journey is still the same, just refined and newly cherished: Home. May your adventures always make you keenly aware of yours. In step, Janine and ...
A more adventurous, and slightly more exotic version of Hawaii - after two weeks of traipsing around Costa Rica, I can't think of a more apt descriptor of this country. It's perhaps a bit of a backhanded compliment, but one that isn't intentional - really, it's the truth, since the two places share so many similarities. Beaches, coffee plantations, tropical rainforests, volcanoes ... both are tropical paradises, with all that brings ...
The dates on this are wrong, it was a weekend in December but to be honest I'm not sure what weekend. My dad approached me and told me that my Oma was not well and if I decided that it was something I wanted to do he would fund a trip to Calgary so that I would be able to say good bye. I was surprised and caught off guard, the idea of saying goodbye to someone before they were dead is foreign to me as it should be. I called my sister who lives in Calgary and although she had plans ...
... on my mind. I did what I could, and tried to do the things that were in my control. I had to find a job. I had to move out of my parents house. Job first, then house. Love would have to wait. In my heart I thought I wanted to work for a charity or an NGO. I wanted to help with fund development. I could use my sales skill set to bring money into organizations that really needed it. I worked on my resume, on several different versions, and over the course of the first full week ...