Super 8 Drumheller
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... checked before we bought the van that we could drive on our home licence, which we were told we could use for 6 months, and that we didn't need a visa to enter the country. He obviously didn't like our answers, cos he would just repeat the exact same question. He eventually gave up and took our licences back to his car, and got on the phone. We knew we were right, why would they let us register a vehicle on a foreign licence if we weren't allowed to drive on ...
... and you can see the layers of sediment that was created when the land was under the sea called Bearfoot. The next town was Drumheller that displayed all types of gaudy Dinosaurs if front shops schools you name it there was a dinosaur , however when we got to the Tyrell Museum the quality improved. Bruce wanted to get the museum early as the queues can be very long as we found when departed. The museum was fascinating and ...
... buffs. Went for a short walk through the adjoining badlands which are an interesting sight. The layers of deposits are so clearly delineated and easily eroded. (I associated these with deserts, but not desert here.) Next drove out to Horsethief Canyon where there is a great view into a canyon of badlands. It is so named as in the early settler days horses would wander into the canyon, get lost and reappear with someone else's branding on them. On the way ...
... and tractors on poles to advertise a museum of Trucks and Tractors (what else), rolls of hay, signs saying Wheatland country and only the odd tree, usually near houses.
Drumheller has a lot of dinosaurs – small, large and enormous. We even saw street lights shaped as dinosaurs. It is the closest town to the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology which friends Julie and Paul recommended a year ago when we were planning this trip. We discovered on arrival that it ...
We were up early and on the road to Drumheller. We took the 21 which is a bit more scenic than the large highway. The way we went is called the boomtown trail, it took us through lots of farming prairie landscape. On the way we stopped and had breakfast down a little gravel road. It took us about 4 hours driving to get there. Our first stop in Drumheller was the tourist information centre, this where they also have the largest dinosaur in the world. It's a massive man made T-Rex ...