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One afternoon/night in Calgary.

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Hi, all. Haven't been here for some time, but remember all the good info I could get. We are pre-extending a tour of the Nat'l Parks, arriving in Calgary (beginning point) at noon the day before the tour starts. Will probably be at our hotel (Westin Calgary) around 2, kinda tired from early am arrival at our departure airport. Have looked at several web sites, and we can't get a handle on "must see" things for just that few hours in the afternoon. Maybe some of you would have some ideas. (I'll rent a car if it is way important.) We are in 70's, cannot do a lot of walking.
Also, being foodies of sorts, we would love some dining recommendations, perhaps with views of something.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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