Ramada Limited Calgary Northwest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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... out how to best clear the windshield without the functioning air flow system. Windows up, windows down, windows up, wipers on, water spray, wipers off, wipers on, scrub inside of windshield with towel, scrap ice off inside of windshield. Yep it was cold inside and out! Literally scrapping ice off the inside with our credit cards. Everyone was also trying to sleep in the van, but the cold and no heaters wasn't helping anyone. Eventually a ...
... to La Guardia airport. Since it was an international flight we had to check in 90 minutes before and when we got into very slow traffic and the driver started asking what time our flight would be we got very worried. Thankfully we made it in time and checked in no problem.
Our flight to Toronto was pretty quick, helped immensely by the kids being able to watch How To Train Your Dragon 2 on their little tv screens on the ...
... much later when the plane suddenly came back down to earth with a huge bump and the roar of engines and noise from the wheels as the pilot brought the plane into land at their destination.
"We must be here, wherever here is," said AJ.
"Yes," BJ agreed, "but what now?"
The door opened and a different man appeared and put them on another back belt which took them out of the plane. At the bottom of the belt they were put on another trolley pulled ...
... It would have been hard for you, I’m pretty sure.” He gives my shoulders a squeeze and then we begin the walk back to the truck. It is uphill this time, but fairly easy to navigate. I stop as I need to; I catch my breath and Jim waits with me. We “high five” one another in celebration when we arrive at the top. “You did it! I am proud of you,” he says and gives me a hug. What a great travel companion; he ...
... the changes in topography (how's that for Grade 10 geography, Mike) where the flat fields of yellow and green changed into rolling hills as the miles sped by. We pointed out the oil rigs bobbing in the distance and questioned where the oil goes and why Bobby Ewing never appears to check on it. There were a few windmills and a huge herd of buffalo - wild, I'm sure - that we passed. Lunch was a Subway sandwich at a big box store complex in Medicine ...