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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Friday Nov 7th. Lazy morning then we were picked up to join all the family and wedding party and friends to help set up the reception rooms. Sawmill Restaurant and Reception Centre worked amazingly with Callum and Courtney's wishes for the big day. We set up the wedding room with covered chairs, transported the all important cake, and dressed the tables in amongst bursts of shenna****ns. There was also a table set ...
... struggling to keep my speed around 120 kph, my goodness I have developed a hard twisting right hand! Finally a couple of rabbits passed me (vehicles traveling quickly). I'd put him maybe 500' in front of me and keep my eyes on him for unusual behavior. They brake, I brake, they accelerate I follow. That saved me at least once between Nanton and Calgary as the High River po po were out trying to finance their small town attraction.
I passed through ...
... driving west, we should reach the highway eventually,” is Jim’s logic. We do not have the benefit of GyPSy today as we did not think we needed help getting to Edmonton from Calgary. After several minutes driving I turn on the GPS on my phone and discover that we are heading southwest toward Blackfalds and that if we make the correct turns we will get back to the QE2. I direct Jim and we manage to get back onto the ...
... since it's not yet the Summer Hols) and, inside the buildings, often bugger all in the way of either furniture or contents ... and what there was was quite repetitive. There were a few bright spots, but not many. Still, it was worth a couple of hours to explore.
Tomorrow, off to the West Edmonton Mall ... which used to be the biggest Mall in the world, until quite recently, and is still the biggest in North America.
... display tents looking at different set ups with the pumpkins etc, and i kept forgetting we see Pumpkin as a vegetable where they see them as a desert or pie or what ever was amazed we would eat them with the main meal only. We had lunch and a bit more of a wander around till some clouds started to form and looked like it would pour so Val suggested we head back and get out of the paddock before we got bogged if it rained, we headed back into town and Val drove us around and ...