Argyll Plaza Hotel

Address: 9933 63rd Ave, Edmonton, Alberta, T6E 6C9, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Southeast Edmonton area of Edmonton, is near Whyte Avenue, Old Strathcona, Phoenix Gymnastics Centre, and The Eastern Rite Church Tour.
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      Day 36

      A travel blog entry by yorkessue on Oct 31, 2014

      34 photos

      ... it in turns to use the bathroom and basement. Dianne was getting all the sweets organised for trick or treat filling bowls with lollies and chips.
      The outfits were amazing, we all looked great and in the mood to party. We had 2 taxis plus another car to take everyone to Julios Barrio on Whyte Avenue, a colourful and fun decorated restaurant, for dinner and drinks before ...

      Family, Surprised Family, and Red Lobster

      A travel blog entry by adelleg on Sep 05, 2014

      4 photos

      Spent the morning with my brother, having breakfast at Ricki's, talking, and getting a little drive around Okotoks. It's really a lovely city, and the view of the mountains is breathtaking. Also managed to grab an unplanned geocache where we got the picture of the mountains. Got on the road around Noon and decided to surprise my mother-in-law with a short visit. Caught her still in her pyjamas, hehehe. But she was glad to see us and I was glad to ...

      T-minus 1 Day until Takeoff

      A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 28, 2014

      2 comments

      ... at least it felt like it for me, since everything I heard about the dinosaurs was brand new!) I had just finished reading about the massive crater in the Yucatán Peninsula that many had theorized was created by an asteroid that may have killed off the dinosaurs. (I was an early and voracious reader; my dad says I was reading his paleontology textbooks by that age; I proudly remember being the only kid in my Kindergarten class who could pronounce Archeopteryx as a result.) ...

      The Train

      A travel blog entry by d-traveler on Jun 07, 2014

      ... s resources. i'm glad i chose well. Many posters had stated that traveling The Canadian was something we all should do in one's lifetime. I'm about living my LifeList, so there it is.

      The train is interesting travel. You do it for the scenic views. On the Cascades (L.A. to Seattle), I saw many marvels I wouldn't trade for anything. I ...

      Home Sweet (cold, snowy) Home

      A travel blog entry by meganholley on Jan 07, 2014

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      ... and keep walking
      - they have lived through a war and have many sad stories and injuries
      - the people are generally friendly and helpful
      - this was the hardest place for us to find food we liked, it's there we were just worried about the street vendors and getting sick near the end of our trip
      - rats and cockroaches are not uncommon ( in most of the countries)
      - the money is called a dong, $1 canadian is 20,000 dong, we felt rich!
      - you need a visa to enter ...