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... greeted at the door by an employee who asked what our business was. We showed him our passport applications and indicated we wanted to submit them here. He asked if we had official Canadian ID. We asked, like this birth certificate here attached to our forms? He said no, picture ID. We indicated that we didn't have Canadian picture ID but did have our US ID...Would that work? Nope, got to be official Canadian ID. Soooo... we said, that's why we are here, ...
... everywhere. the city is really buzzing. Although I am ready for a nap now in my lovely new hotel room :)
When I woke up I went for a walk around the streets and Calgary it looks like an awesome city that buzzes all day long, The retail looks epic although it might be a ...
... husband wasn't a huge fan of but I didn't mind. The travel size is also perfect. It comes in a glass bottle so it made me a little nervous if it bounced around but it was pretty sturdy. Clarins broad spectrum SPF 40 multi-protection for face - I don't wear a lot of sunscreen (I know you're supposed to but there's not a lot of sun where I live and I'm mostly indoors!) but I knew I was going to get a ton of sun in Orlando so I figured I'd crack and get some good stuff. I went ...
... and has many cafes, pubs and bars. There are many signs and memorials giving information about the history of the place. There is a high concentration of historic buildings and many sandstone buildings which are common in this area.
We went in a very nice bar/pub and had an Okinagan lager which was good. We watched Uruguay go out to Colombo which was even better! Back at the hotel we browsed the Heritage Museum before returning to the Gold Lounge for canapes. ...
It may have been the time of the year and the fact that we had just arrived from the splendour of the Canadian Rockies, but Calgary did not impress us.
Admittedly, it was more of a destination for us to get to and from Banff, but we spent time exploring the city. The panhandlers and homeless were quite evident on the streets and people just seemed to want to quickly get from one place to another ...