Super 8 Drumheller
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... The original one was built in 1932 to take coal miners across the river to the mines, and was used until 1953 when the mine collapsed and was closed. The one we went over was a new bridge built in the same location. A bit wobbly, but not too bad and 119m long. Back through Drumheller to get on the highway back to Calgary, but time for one last stop to look out over the Horseshoe Canyon. More badlands but in the shape of a horseshoe (bend in the ...
... a couple of weeks the operator said. It was a free ferry that took only 2 minutes to cross on.
We made our way back via the Horse-Thief Canyon, named because horses would disappear into the canyon and similar horses with different brands would emerge. By then it was very windy and rain was threatening so walking down it was rejected but we did the photo stop bit. Our final morning stop was at the Little Church. It says it has room for a thousand – ...
... watched two videos about the museum itself. After the museum we found a nice park in town to cook dinner at and chill out for a while. Later on we went to McDonalds and sat in our car outside to get the Internet. We managed to talk to mum for ages which was nice. Lindsay text us and said there was a 94% chance of the northern lights to take place in Edmonton according to Aurora Watch. Typical we missed it! That night we slept down a quiet ish street and parked up on the side of the ...
... seat pocket in front of us, we grabbed it and waved it above our heads. We then proceeded to mime all the actions they were doing: the seat belts, the emergency exits, what to do when the oxygen masks fall down. All of it! For our participation, the flight attendant gave us all stickers.
On take off, and landing, we created a chain of hand-holding, to show support. We even got another lady who was not apart of our group to join in out ...
... depot, nice car to drive but like driving blind as I had no idea where we going. Dropped off and all ok, headed for Tim Horton's for coffee, spoke to Pam she said she would do supper for 7pm. All ok and until we got to Edmonton, Ian had a tantrum because we got lost! Made it to Nicks by 6.15pm! Pam cooked us a steak dinner, lovely - had a fair bit to drink too, nice bottle of C******nay from ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center