BEST WESTERN PLUS City Centre Inn
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... go in for a sit-down breakfast. They have a breakfast buffet that we both decide on as well as coffee. We take our time, even having a bit of dessert as offered by the buffet. We are back on the road by approximately 1:30 p.m.
I am feeling cold and ask Jim to turn down the air conditioning a couple of times. Finally I just reach for the blanket in the back seat. He needs to be comfortable as he drives and the blanket is an ...
... nothing but miles and miles for miles and miles ... flat prarie or gently rolling prarie ... did I mention it was boring?
Anyway, finally arrived at the Coliseum Inn, which is opposite Edmonton's Ice Hockey Stadium - fortunately its not (AFAIUI) the Ice Hockey season.
Tomorrow - the Royal Alberta Museum and Fort Edmonton (another historical recreation-y site).
I often get my inspiration from movies and music. At any point in my life, there is a song or movie that speaks to me and what I'm going through. I was watching a movie the other day, and though the acting wasn't A+, the inspirational quote at the end was. "Some famous guy once said 'to travel is better than to arrive.' (Ralph Waldo Emerson) Because I used to think that ...
... and a couple of kids got to sit up the back, we arrived at the main Fair and hopped off the bus and went into the festival and decided first up was the Haunted house well both Baz and i said um not a good idea as it could be scary and Stewart said and your point is with that we went in and i closed my eyes and so did Taz till Nancy let out this blood curdling scream and we both looked at each other and a silent communications went through us as we decide it was not us ...
... mall to make life easy for everyone. We went to the Cactus Club Cafe (owned by Iron Chef Rob Feenie). The atmosphere was nice and the food was wonderful. Beef carpacio and chicken lettuce wraps were the two appetizers we chose to share and when they arrived it was clear that there was plenty to share among the five of us. The carpacio was delicious served along ...