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Food, Shopping, Relaxation

Because no traveller can survive on caffeine, beef jerky and breathtaking natural wonders alone, refuelling is essential. • Eat up: Your Alberta things-to-eat checklist: all the beef, all the bison, at least one bite of poutine (it’s very filling), and some locally grown vegetables. • Shop: You need souvenirs. Or jewellery by a Canadian designer. Or a new lamp. What you don’t need is an excuse to drop some loonies at Alberta’s big malls and quirky retail neighbourhoods. • Spa-ahh: Pause your hike, park on a log and ask your favourite travelling companion for a foot rub. Or, even better: soak in a natural hot spring or book into a relaxing mountain spa. 

Banff Upper Hot Springs | Roth & Ramberg

Banff | Mike Seehagel

Edmonton | Mike Seehagel

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Sunday Brunch and a Calgary Farmers’ Market Tour

People who want to eat local will love this tour. The tour starts with fresh fruit, breakfast flatbread, Fratello coffee and a coffee tasting at JWebb. Then guests are given a meal plan and shopping list to hit the market to meet the people who grow our food.

Expires: 2018-12-16
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Calgary Made It Room Package

Ramada Plaza Calgary Downtown is redefining souvenir. This carefully curated collection of products will provide enviable local delights. Packages start at $189 with your medley of one-of-a-kind merchandise valued at over $200. Your friends will insist you share the secret; tell them Calgary Made It, at Ramada Plaza Calgary Downtown.

Expires: 2019-05-30
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