Ramada Limited Calgary Northwest
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We were planning to spend the entire days at the World Cup Downhill Skateboarding event, so the Ramada Limited seemed OK. I wish I would have known there was no refrigerator. Easy to find
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... is getting worse the more north we go so we will have to ensure we wrap up and watch out for any snow on the roads. Fun fun fun!!!
We finished off our night in Edmonton with dinner at Alicia and Maddi's mums house. Another amazingly huge house and now Dan and I have very high expectations for our house in the future. We had a lovely dinner and some wine with the whole family and a tour around the mansion. Very nice indeed. Great night to top off our first few days in ...
... between Cranbrook and the Alberta border. Finally I force myself to keep my eyes open. I watch how the BC style of highway disappears and the Alberta style takes over. I am surprised that there are not 4 lanes and I have been telling Jim and anyone who will listen this whole past week, but the road is wider because the shoulders are wider and the brush is cleared further away from the road. It just feels more open and less cramped. As ...
... experience of realizing too late that while we were planning to stay in Calgary, the Calgary Stampede was also in town. It is perhaps the worlds largest rodeo and stock show which creates an influx of almost one million people. While being awesome that we are here during such an event, it was a bummer because all hotel prices were double and triple what they normally ...
... and not see a lot. Just wasn't for me, I had to accept that I can't see EVERYTHING when I'm travelling. But we walked up to the base of the Icefields. I got a little bit upset with the walk. Along the way of the walk they had signs for the year of where the glacier was at at that time. 100 years earlier in 1908, it was at the start of the road. You can see in the picture as to where that is. So in another 100 years, it won't be there. No if's or but's about it. I watched a ...
... I discovered that the banks here set rates on accounts by the number of transactions one will undertake in a month. Indeed, when I went into the bank to open my account that was the first thing I was asked "how many transactions do you think you do per month?". Well I don't know!! I think maybe this is because of my Australian upbringing, where my bank account allows for unlimited transactions, cash withdrawals from ATMs, eftpos, bpay. I feel like I do hundreds ...