Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Edmonton North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well after a rocky start we made it to the airport. Flight was pretty in eventful which is always good. Sherwood was waiting at arrivals gate for us. Beano and Sherwood are dressed as twins, blue polo shirt and green shorts! It is so good to see Sherwood, who of course is exactly the same. It's so funny how you expect someone to have changed so …
... and it was Matthew and Devon's first times going to the park as well. After the park, we all got supper at the food court and ice cream at Marble Slab. The mall closed at 9, so we head to our residency for the night, which was provided by my Grandma who lives in Edmonton. On our way there, I asked the guys as we reconciled our trip, 'what was the favourite slide?', to which the response was the Blue Bullet, as it is a long, narrow, blue slide, that is quite ...
... and his talking-GPS thingy! We took our Panadol through to Maddi at breakfast as the headache has started now, so hopefully she will feel a bit better without a throbbing head. It's our last day here in Edmonton today and quite cloudy for the first time. We're all looking forward to Vancouver tomorrow - although there are warnings everywhere about allowing plenty of time for the airport, as there will be bike boxes EVERYWHERE with the majority of athletes leaving town. Gulp. Wish us ...
... my father had so loved. Dad was a bush pilot in the Arctic in the 1950s-early '60s, and I remember his saying they were the best flying years of his life. Many of the place names on the maps and charts sound familiar to me, having heard them at home – Frobisher Bay, Inuvik, Resolute, Fort Chimo, Tuktoyaktuk, Norman Wells, Coppermine. I thought a lot about my dad ...
... unity of 3 British colonies on July 1st, 1867. It was a really hot day so the party mainly took place outside. It was great to see everyone who I had met in the past week and I felt like one of them now that we had spent so much time together. I had a fantastic time and I can without a doubt say that Canadians know how to party; doing a kegstand in their full Canada Day gear was pretty common. After a full day of celebration at Emily’s place, the party moved to the ...