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Dinosaur Trail

Dating a foreigner has inspired me to become a tourist in my own province. Originally I was hoping to get out of Alberta for the Victoria Day weekend in May, but with flight prices a little too high for my taste, I decided to look at travel options in Alberta. So I took a peek at the Travel Alberta website and decided on trying some of the Canadian Badlands scenic route. I hadn’t been to the land of dinosaurs since I was a kid so I was a little excited myself. The three-hour drive to Drumheller was beautiful on the Friday evening, but we woke up to rain on Saturday morning. Not exactly ideal for a road trip – thankfully our hotel had a continental breakfast with fruit loops so The Spaniard was all smiles after two bowls. We started our morning by driving out to the Royal Tyrrell Museum -Canada’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the science of palaeontology – where we joined a lineup of families waiting to enter the dino madness. I was …