Service Plus Inns & Suites Calgary

3503 114th Avenue SE, Calgary, T2Z 3X2, Canada
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milwaukee to calgary train

by wilhelm45

Can anyone tell me how I can conveniently get from Milwaukee to Calgary on a train? My wife told me that someone from Amtrak told her it would take 3 days with changes of trains and buses. It seems to me that there must be an easier and shorter way. I would appreciate any advice. Thanks.

Re: milwaukee to calgary train

by puerto_lover

I can believe the length of time !
How about researching if its possible to go by AMTRAK to Montana (south of Calgary's Alberta) to a station like Shelby which is on Interstate 15.
This road finishes at the border with Canada at Sweetgrass on the US side and Coutts on the Canadian side.
There is a border station :

http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/toolbox/contacts/ports/mt/3310.xml

The nearest main town to Coutts is Lethbridge and Greyhound buses go to Calgary from Lethbridge. Takes around 3 hours.

I just wonder how you can get from Shelby to Lethbridge. A distance of 100 miles. And if the timings of the train is convenient? In other words it gets to Shelby in daylight and not the middle of the night.

tell me if you can find a way because one day I would travel that route.

Re: milwaukee to calgary train

by yvr

YOur wife is pretty much on the money. Amtrak from Milwaukee to Chicago 1hr 29m.
Amtrak Chicago to Toronto via Buffalo 15hrs and Via Rail Toronto to Edmonton 2 days 10hr 37 min. Then you must take a bus from Edmonton to Calgary, or fly. Be aware that the Via Rail train the Canadian only operates 3 days a week. You might look at Amtrak Chicago to Seattle and then fly to Calgary, or Amtrak Chicago to Vancouver via Seattle, then Via Rail Vancouver to Jasper/Banff, get off there and take the bus to Calgary, that would be a nice trip.

Re: milwaukee to calgary train

by Redlats

Via Rail in Canada is not really set up for passenger travel. No passenger trains go to Calgary. Via rail goes up to Edmonton (4 hours drive from Calgary) - and only on alternate days - and it takes three days to get from Ontario to Alberta.

If you need to get to Calgary, I would fly.

Re: milwaukee to calgary train

by yvr

You might read what has been posted prior to posting, much of what you have posted you are duplicating

Travel Tips for Calgary

FFW

by papajoeb

Ok, i'm not exactly using these catagories correctly, but this is important. FFW (fast forward) is a weekly publication put out every Thursday. It looks like a newspaper insert or something and can usually be found, for free i might add, in most shops and restaurants throughout the city. Boston Pizza's usually have them in the enterance way. FFW is a comprehensive guide of everything that is going on in the city. It is indepth for the week that it is published for but also lets you know what other major events such as concerts will be coming up for the next month or two. It lists basically every bar and what if any live or otherwise entertainment they will have during the week. It lists all the movies, concerts, theater, standup comedy, everything. If you want to know what's going on in the city, pick up one of these. Also a good website is www.discovercalgary.com, has info on everything. waking up every day at 2:30pm or basement jams, tough call.

Parkland

by madamx

There are hundreds and hundreds of natural environment parks and city parks in Calgary; most likely there is one close to where you are staying.

The most popular ones in the city are: Nose Hill Park, Prince's Island Park, Fish Creek Park, Riley Park, and Edworthy Park. When I was very small, my parents used to take my brothers and I to Riley park for picnics and to the wading pool there. Now, we take my little nieces and nephew; it's funny how things never change -- everything still looks the same.
Riley park is an oasis and a child's delight near downtown Calgary; there are huge elms and poplars just right for climbing or resting under during a hot day, a playground, botanical gardens and that wading pool. You can even catch a cricket match here as well. My husband and I had our wedding photos done in the park. To me, Riley Park means Summer.

Women's Liberation rules O K

by scottishvisitor

While strolling the Olympic Plaza we came across this lovely group of bronze statues of the famous five or sometimes called the valiant five standing in an inscribed circle. The women were all from Alberta, in 1927 they asked for an answer to a question in the Supreme Court of Canada "Are women persons?" At this time in history only men were allowed to be appointed to Senate. The case was then taken to the High Court in London and eventually they won their case =
Emily Murphy became the British Empires 1st. woman judge
Irene Marryat Darlby became 1st. Cabinet Minister
Nellie Mooney McClung was a leading suffragette
Louise Crumny McKinney became 1st. legislate elected assistant
Hennrietta Muir Edwards founded the Victorian Order of Nurses
More power to your elbow girls I enjoyed my cuppa in your company

Packing List

by spartan

Well this all depends on what you plan on doing. I took a big suitcase and a carry-on bag and did just fine. Most of my clothing was in the suitcase and I packed my emergency supplies in the carry-on. The weather was quite sunny and warm when I was there so I had shorts, t-shirts, hiking boots, runners and sports sandals, If you are going into the mountains, you should always be prepared for the unpredictable. Bring rain gear and your windgear for protection. Sunglasses are good and so is sunscreen protection. Also, cold weather can occur anytime during the year, so don't forget to bring some jackets, boots, gloves and sweaters. The usual toiletries and a first aid kit will do. Camera with wide-angle lens is the best.

Slide and Glide

by penumbra

Golf courses are only open half the year in Calgary, so during the winter, some cross country clubs take over the courses to provide tracks for their members to enjoy skiing within the city. The Calgary Ski Club is one such club that maintains tracks at the Shaganappi Point Golf Course. Although free of charge to any enthusiast, there is the expectation that users will stick to the tracks and minimize any impact to the underlying golf course.

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