The Calgary Zoo in Calgary, Alberta.
Currently the Zoo owns 3 land plots, but only 2 are used. The unused plot is supposed to be built up by 2010 or 2015.
The interesting thing is that it's built right in the middle of the Bow River. So every now and then, flooding is a big problem (Such as in the 2005 Flood)
Calaway Park near Calgary, Alberta. Calgary's de facto Amusement Park, has 1 rollercoaster, 1 log flume and several rides such as a Tilt-A-Whirl, Swinging Ship, and Bumper Cars. You can guess what the others are/=.
Harvest Hills Country Club and Golf Course in Calgary, Alberta.
A 9-hole course with plenty of obstacles and water (TONS!). There are 3 Par 5s, 4 Par 4s, and 2 Par 3s.
Golfers playing from the right area have a very good view of incoming and outgoing Aircraft going to and fro in the Calgary International Airport, and in some tees there are very good views of the Airport Te...
Chinook Centre is a huge mall in Calgary, Alberta.
It was once a drive-in-theatre in the 50s, but now it's a gigantic shopping destination with several dozen stores, a movie theatre with an IMAX screen. It also has a Time Capsule filled with dozens of modern things from the year 2000, and is set to open in the year 2999.
The Calgary Science Center. Located in Calgary, Alberta. It is a very good place equipped with a 3D Ball Theater, several exhibits, and a good observatory (As good as it gets in the middle of a city, at least.)
This is the Calgary Aerospace Museum in Calgary, Alberta.
It is currently the biggest Aerospace Museum from The U.S Border to the North Pole and Vancouver to Ontario. It has a nosecone of the legendary Avro Arrow.
Here are the names of the planes in the courtyard from North to South going left to right:
DC-3, Avro Lancaster, Unknown, Supermarine Spitfire, Sikorsky S-55, CF-...
The Bridge crossing the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta. It was originally called the MacArthur Bridge, but it was destroyed in a flood in 1915. In 2000, the bridge was restored and renovated. The bridge features four lions atop the sides of the bridge.
Bow Lake, in the Canadian (Albertan to be precise) Rockies. In Glorious Random High-Definition.
This lake is fed by the glaciers next to it, and that water flows down the mighty Bow River (Named so because the Natives used the trees nearby to make bows), and eventually ends up in the Hudson Bay, but not after stopping through many cities and towns, including Calgary, Alberta.
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