Super 8 Drumheller
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 505 million years ago) through the Ice Ages (12 thousand years ago), the primary focus was on the Cretaceous Period (roughly 145 million to 65 million years ago) when the dinosaurs roamed the earth.
After going through the museum, we were "dinosaured out", so we returned to the campground, did some minor shopping at the local grocery store, and chilled out for the rest of the afternoon.
Wednesday (Canada Day - equivalent to our ...
So this place is know for its dinosaurs, and all over town there are colourful statues of different dinosaurs, much like the bears in Berlin. It would have been cool to find them all, but it was freezing!! The wind was quite strong, and icy! So much so that we got our ski jackets out, which we didn't even wear when we were snowboarding! The first mission of the first morning was to head to the visitors museum and find out what there actually ...
Our day began with another huge sleep-in! Must be the late nights and fresh air, the boys slept in until almost 10. Wow. I think one for the books. We mobilized early this morning and departed our very quiet spot in Boulton Creek for Drumheller. Making our way back up the 40 then East on 1 through Calgary and on to Drumheller, was about 3 hours driving time. When we arrived, we hit the grocery store and stocked up the rig in preparation ...
... around the world. The world has such beauty in it and one of my favorite things is to explore it with my family showing our kids that there are no boundaries or limitations to what they can do in life. One of the perks of traveling is to watch my kids absorb diversity as much as possible and accidentally learn something. I love it when years later the girls recall something they learned or saw on vacation..."remember when we were in...". To me that's ...
... a big variety of dinosaur skeletons found in the Drumheller area. This visit was a real highlight. It is so well presented and with the right amount of info that it doesn't confuse too much. Covers all the geologic time periods, but the most spectacular display is the Jurassic period. Some of these were huge, others only small but equally deadly. Also has a glass window into the workroom where they remove the stone from the skeleton. This is heaven ...