Newcastle Country Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... delicious food of black bean , potatoes , beets of all colours , beef etc all containing Garlic. They were so friendly even with Mosquitos that descended en mass. This was a great way to finish our Calgary segment and we will hold some treasured memories Canada as a result of such friendly people and spectacular scenery and of course our hosts that left no stone or mountain unturned to ensure that we got the full Canadian ...
Left Calgary early so we missed the great $1.99 breakfast at the Grey Eagle casino! Took the bypass around Calgary to avoid heavy traffic and headed to Drumheller. It was uneventful until Hwy 9 we took a rock chip in the window (boo). Stopped at the tourist info booth to see the biggest tyrannosaur Rex. We planned to stay near the Tyrrell Dinosaur museum at the Dinosaur Trail RV park. We got messed up before we even left town - which also ...
... has always been a place that I have held dear to my heart, and I have never been there. It has always been this dream of mine, and finally - finally - I am able to accomplish that dream.
As I finish this post, it is now 12:30 am, on Feb 11, which means that there is now only 4 days left until I leave. We leave Rosebud at 4:15 am on Saturday the 15th.
4 days and counting! Let the dream begin!
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... but eats large quantities of mice. Salamanders are known as fire salamanders because of a myth that they are formed by fire – but we turned down the chance to see a snake up close. John has done that before and I don’t want to!!
We then headed for the Hoodoo loop. We did the first part fine and saw an abandoned mine area, with the warning that the piles of slag were still very dangerous as some may still be smouldering and that there could ...
... a French bakery and with nice views on the way. On our return we looked for the bakery but instead opted for the French Quarter Café. It had New Orleans style food, which was random but a lot of fun. We spoke to the chef owner’s wife, who asked how we had found the place. We suspect they don't get a lot of custom from New Zealand. The server was fun as well, the music catchy and the food was tasty.
We then went to a viewpoint area for a couple of caches that gave us views ...