Canterra Suites Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Canterra Suites Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Canterra Suites Hotel Edmonton
Travel Blogs from Edmonton
... water come right out of our taps as most people in the world, this is not the case. Im sure some of you have seen this picture of the kid on facebook - "so youre telling me - you have so much clean water you **** in it?" love it...
These really are the two things I can think of that Ive missed - the rest I could do without, those two things tho I have missed the most :)
Some lessons learned:
-China Airlines sucks. I flew with them 4 ...
... us to the Hilton Vienna, which is a very nice hotel in the centre of the city.
They charge 25 Euro for 24 hours of internet access from the room. Fortunately, I have an external wifi extender that connected us to the free lobby wifi. Score one for thinking ahead!
Although check-in is not until 2:30 PM, they had our room available for us at 10:00 AM, and were were able to grab some shuteye before a little exploration of the City.
... Bender, a scary, screeching, stomach-dropping coaster with three loop-the-loops, an inverted drop and very fast corners. We didn't enjoy this one nearly as much as California Screamin', mostly because it was smaller with tighter loops and a lot louder because it was indoor, but I enjoyed the experience. The Waterpark turned out to be way too expensive for the two hours we had left so we headed back 'home' to to Calgary.
Well, with almost a year of continuous travel behind us; 30 flights, almost 150,000 km’s traveled, and 27 countries visited, we can not help but reflect on the last year. With many hours on buses, trains and planes you tend to reflect on what you have learned from becoming a homeless, jobless vagabond. We wanted to make one of our final entries a brain dump of both of our thoughts on the highs, lows and interesting points we have come to realize over our time away from home.
... ungodly early flight and fight through airport traffic and muddle through ordering food in a foreign language, but I fall apart when I miss a bus. These are good things to know about oneself.
I guess when you spend such a long time in a place that isn't your home, you start to develop strong associations because you're desperately trying to make the unfamiliar familiar again. The night birds that sang in the trees across the street from our flat in ...