Saturday, July 30, 2011

Looking for A Place in Calgary?

The City of Calgary in the Alberta Region of Canada is beautiful. For nature lovers, it is very close to Canadian Rockies and National Parks. It is located at the transition zone between Canadian Rockies foothills and the Canadian Prairies. Outdoor activities abounds in this vibrant city, which bring in a lot of tourists in this part of Canada. The increasing tourism brings in more people also as a result to work and are looking for Calgary Apartments. 
In 2008, Calgary and the region of Alberta was home to the fastest growing economy in Canada. Because of booming economy and beautiful natural location, it is not a surprise a lot of people are moving into Calgary. For others, before they finally decide to permanently settle in and buy real estate, they try to test the water first. As such, more people are looking for Apartments for Rent in Calgary.
Why live in Calgary, some may ask? Calgary is considered to be one of the places which offers people a higher quality of life. In 2007, Calgary was ranked as the cleanest city. It is also considered as the world's first place eco-city.
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  1. I made only one trip to Alberta, many years ago, as a guest of the Canadian government for a tourism venue. What an experience that was! They took us everywhere - we flew into Edmonton, stayed several days in a "fantasy" room at the Fantasyland Hotel at the West Edmontal Mall, then went to Olympic Park in Calgary, lunched at Jasper Park Lodge, spent the night at Chateau Lake Louise. The next day, we had breakfast at the top of a mountain, we went to lunch in Banff, did a helicopter ride in Kanaskis. They put on a minature Calgary Stampede for us which was so much fun. We also went to Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump and visited the Royal Tyrell Dinosaur Museum. We even got to Waterton Lakes.

    I've never had a more comprehensive visit to a province or state in my life. Alberta is an incredible place and I would so love to go back there.

  2. Calgary sounds like a wonderful place to live!