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 easyguy71
Joined: 8/4/2006
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Moving to Calgary...any advice?Page 8 of 8    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)
It's a nighmare going through the city, and tourists end up missing the views because of it.
Someone wrote that and someone else agreed to it.

Shouldn't they be paying attention to the road instead of gasping in awe at the views? Especially if they are tourists who are unfamiliar with the area, shouldn't they be paying attention? Especially in a city setting where drivers are a tad more agressive in their attempt to live life on a schedule or to be first in the car lines?
 3808Test
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Moving to Calgary...any advice?
Posted: 9/6/2008 6:44:31 PM
Breakfast? I *love* breakfast. It's one of my favourite meals.

Alluria,

Welcome to Calgary and Marda Loop. I live in the Loop, and I love it.

You mentioned that you were looking for a gym. ProBodies is a decent gym, and the price is right. If you want to go a little farther afield, there's Gold's Gym and Mount Royal college close by.

Speaking of breakfast... There's a decent place in the area. The name is pronounced Fantasic Pancake House, but the spelling is some alphabet soup jumple. I'm not even going to try to spell it. It's just off Crowchild at 54th.

Garrison Pub has a pretty good brunch, and Original Joe's does too. There are a couple other restaurants in the neighbourhood that I've been dying to try.

Geez, I'm hungry now...

S.

PS: The name of the pancake place is Pfanntastic Pannenkoek House. I can be forgiven for not being able to spell it.

PPS: Now I have a craving...
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