Red Deer Travelodge
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... Uncle Garry, mom's sister and brother-in-law, and got caught up in person. It was good to see them. When we left there we had thought we might hit a casino but instead headed back to the campsite with a brief stop in Chestermere for a bite to eat. Chestermere has a lovely lake for all kinds of water sports.
Then this morning we headed back into the big city but a bit closer in to visit a casino and then Cruise Canada. Next, we drove even closer ...
... filled. When I first met Nolan I thought he was an *******, but as I've gotten to know him, I've seen past the wall he puts up and I really like the person I've seen. He is a great person to spend time with because he is extremely easy going but he is also really funny. He's an incredible musician and when Fernanda heard him sing for the first time, I'm pretty sure she fell in love. I am thankful for Nolan because he has taught me how to tolerate and live with someone even if i ...
... Sometimes I wake up in the morning and I am just so sad not to be waking up in my cold dirty room in Palca and there's no Carmen trying to shove pan and disgusting coffee down my throat while speaking way too fast for me to have any idea why she's saying. I miss having to sneak around so I didn't wake up Marie Alejandra. I miss getting woken up at 3 am by a stupid rooseter and I miss cold showers. I miss 3 Sol alitas from ...
... we drive 15 minutes East before getting off the highway and veer North. Off in the distance this impressive mountain looms ahead of us. Amanda jokingly asks if thats the mountain we're doing and when I smile instead of answer she does a double take and states "THAT'S THE ONE WE'RE DOING!? Needless to say I had a nice laugh and after reassuring her that we'll be fine we locate the parking lot at the base of the mountain and start to gear up. ...
... hold onto his coffee without shaking it out of the cup. Carol and Sim made the most of the warm air blower in the rest rooms to dry their gloves. After we had warmed up a little we set off again and the skies cleared to allow our clothes to dry out. Saw a moose on the side of the road which was very exciting. Sim has been in Canada for two years and this was her first sighting. Stopped again in Edmonton for fuel and a burger then it was back on the road for another hour and a half of ...