HI Edmonton

Address: 10647 81st Avenue , Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 1Y1, Canada | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Southwest Edmonton area of Edmonton, is near Whyte Avenue, High Level Bridge and Streetcar, Telephone Historical Centre, and Running Room.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHI Edmonton

    Reviewed by eva.walther2

    noisi night

    Reviewed Aug 25, 2014
    by (5 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

    So mein Aufenthalt im HI-Edmonton war ganz ok. Es ist im Stadtteil Old Strathcona, was sehr cool ist. Bis man in Downtown ist dauert es eine gute Halbestunde zu Fuss. Das Hostel hat gut ausgestattete Zimmer mit grossen Spinten. Leider ist das Bad in dem ich war ein wenig klein, nur ein "Bründli" und die Küche hat auch nicht sehr viel Geschirr.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews HI Edmonton

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    Travel Blogs from Edmonton

    Von Banff über Fort MacLeod, Calgary nach Edmonton

    A travel blog entry by eva.walther2 on Aug 25, 2014

    4 photos

    So am 18. August fuhr ich weiter Richtung Fernie, hier wollte ich meine nächste Nacht im Hostel The Raging Elk verbringen. Ich fuhr am Morgen kurz nach dem Frühstück ab. Mein erstes Ziel hiess Radium Hot Springs (ein weiteres Bad mit heisser Quelle). Die Strecke zwischen Banff und Radium Hot Springs ist sehr sehenswert. Es geht durch Berge, über Pä …


    A travel blog entry by pyres on Aug 30, 2014

    12 photos

    ... was pulling over I noticed what everyone was so excited about - a large bighorn ram! We joined the crowd and I took a bunch of photos of the animal, as it continued to eat calmly without paying much attention to the people and cars. There was a bit of a traffic jam caused by a single sheep, which is probably pretty annoying for the locals (and unfortunately happens because of human sheep as ...

    D-edmonton not so dead?

    A travel blog entry by outwest on Sep 06, 2013

    1 comment

    ... is the only real place to live). There are some really dingy areas of Edmonton that we have been warned against, and when you drive through them, you can really see why their renowned. We will be leaving Edmonton tomorrow to head to the Jasper/Banff area to travel around and explore. There might not be wifi where we are going or proper cell phone service so this might not be updated for a while. Hope everyone back home is doing well!


    Valemont to Edmonton

    A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Jun 10, 2013

    1 photo

    ... This road takes us right through Jasper National Park. On way, we came upon two moose, a mother and baby, crossing the road safely. And a few kilometres further, a bull moose at the side of the road. A deer crossed in front of us later, and then Deb saw some mountain goats. A good drive for wildlife viewing! We arrived at Victor and Myra's in St. Albert around 6:30, having spent a rainy lunch (at Tim Hortons) in Jasper. After 50 years, I ...

    Big snow dump 1

    A travel blog entry by outwithal on Mar 15, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... Just super, with the fresh light snow. I think it was about -10, so no sticky snow. They also set the tracks over in the woods so I went for one loop. A few more pictures. This is why I'm trying to retire.

    This is my first blog entry. I need to work on less content, but not just 140 characters. I'll let the pictures tell a story, if I can figure out how to post them. Can't see an icon, ah up on the top right side.