Centro Motel

4540 16 Ave. NW, Calgary, T3B0M6, Canada
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Import Goods

by happyfish

Looking for stores or shops that sell import arts and crafts, similar to Pier 1 but cheaper. I know there's Ten Thousand Villages but any other stores in Calgary worth checking out?

Re: Import Goods

by madamx

Check out the Asian mall, called Pacific Place. There might be some stuff there, but there's a lot of tacky items as well, so you'll have to glean. Also, Homesense has an excellent collection of items, but being a discount store, it's the luck of the draw. Try Ikea as well.

Re: Import Goods

by Camping_Girl

The Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) runs stores similar to Ten Thousand Villages. I know there is one in Calgary (or at least there used to be) in the Marlborough area. I have only ever shopped in the stores in Lethbridge and Regina, so I can't speak for the type of merchandise available in the Calgary store. I see from their website that the store is billed as a "thrift store", so it may not have the type of stuff you are interested in, but I suppose it's at least worth a phone call. Here's their contact info:

2946 32 St. N.E.
Calgary, AB T1Y 6J7
(403) 272-0282
Fax: (403) 272-0241

Re: Import Goods

by Camping_Girl

Okay..... I stand (sort of) corrected. In reviewing the MCC website further, I see that Ten Thousand Villages is the arts & craft store run by MCC. When I lived in Lethbridge and Regina, the store was just called the MCC - I had no idea they had changed the name to TTV, I thought TTV was run by another agency. Sorry, I guess my response was no help to you whatsoever!

Travel Tips for Calgary

Visit Mario's, it's small,...

by MichaelBeech

Visit Mario's, it's small, it's out of the way and you'll have to look for it, it's in a strange location, but has some of the best food on the planet. Being from New England, the 'cowboy' buzz of the Stampede as we cycled through town was pretty wild.

More Chucks

by lauriejeanne

As you can see, at the smaller rodeos, you get about as close to the action as anyone would want to...!!! These are the Chuckwagon Races. They can be very dangerous both for the riders and the horses. But they definitely are exciting!

Don't forget - winter in Calgary is COLD!!

by Seradoms

Very minimal theft from the Calgary international Airport - so dont worry about locks on luggage, unless you have something very valuable (in which case, consider taking it with you in your carry-on if it fits!) If you arrive in Calgary from mid-October to early-March pack good winter cloths - we get snow, ice, cold weather and LOTS of it! This includes things like a touque (warm hat), warm jacket, scarfs, gloves, and good boots. Of course, if you pack light - allof this is available here in shops everywhere! :_) All available in stores across the country.

The Calgary Stampede!

by jamiesno

I have very found memories of the Calgary Stampede and for a great dose of western Canadian culture you should take it in.

There is more than the rodeo, but it is a huge event!!! It is usually in July each year. Follow the link I provided and you will see there is a lot of fun to be had.

I remember the intense summer heat!!!

Kananaskis Country!

Many...

by Athos_13

Kananaskis Country!

Many people rush through the Calgary area on to Banff, not realizing that it is one of many outdoor destinations in Alberta.

The picture here is in Kananaskis Country on my last trip. We hiked up a path for about 2 and a half hours to reach a basin with four lakes in its bowl. I was also able to visit some 'ice caves' where we crawles up through fissures in the rock to emerge at higher and higher points on the face of a mountain.

Here is a web address for more detailed info on Kananaskis Country.

http://www.calexplorer.com/bckana01.html

By the way, I by no means am saying Kananaskis is a better destination than Banff, but that people should try and take in as much as possible in this utopic region.

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