Comfort Inn & Suites

Address: 10425 100th Ave., Edmonton, Alberta, T6T 1G3, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the North Central Edmonton area of Edmonton, is near Athabasca Glacier, Alberta Legislature Building, Crypt Lake Trail, and Edmonton Public Schools Archives & Museum.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Back to the future.......

      A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Mar 24, 2015

      8 photos

      ... time...Sydney was no longer visible from my window. Looked at the map and it was a lot of water to cover. When looking across the cabin at a 777 I am so amazed at what goes into the dang thing. while standing in the aisle for a bit I looked all the way to the back and its a long ways back there and its super wide...and now it will carry the lot of us just under 8000 miles on a tank of gas at 40,000 feet at over 550 mph....where the outside temperature is ...

      Day 36

      A travel blog entry by yorkessue on Oct 31, 2014

      34 photos

      ... the bars.
      The Aussies all tried a "Mexican Bulldog" a lime margarita with a light corona beer bottle inserted upside down, as a non beer drinker - it wasn't too bad. Followed by a couple of margaritas and tequila shots :) and the gorilla chasing the banana, some fantastic outfits worn by the patrons. Great food and lots of fun.
      Then we walked down the street and Courtney ...

      Key West Day 31, Nanton, AB > Edmonton, AB

      A travel blog entry by rocket2thekeys on Sep 05, 2014

      2 photos

      ... their boingy-ness. This meant the case was no longer in tension and pinching my map book between the top and bottom cases, and it was....................gone.

      I loved that map book, it had each state and province in large detail which included all the roads right down to gravel ones. The map book had allowed me on numerous bike trips dating back to the mid 2000's to navigate across 'Merica off the beaten path. This current trip had seen it completely ...

      The End of the Road - Back to the Beginning

      A travel blog entry by luv-n-laughter on Aug 09, 2014


      ... motion of the truck. We drive along and I open my eyes occasionally. At one point I feel Jim’s hand on my arm, “do you want to stop in Lacombe and do some exploring?” I perk up a bit, “sure let’s have a look.” The buildings along the main street are as described on the internet, restored to the Edwardian era, but where are the murals. We drive around the down town area and see one and then I see ...

      What we have learned about travel and ourselves

      A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Jun 18, 2014

      ... an above awesome experience or to commemorate a near death rafting adventure or surviving an Australian surfing lesson. Aside from these incidences it can not be consumed with any sort of enjoyment, but obviously I think differently from Kim on this one.

      Well, there is a lot more we have learned, but can not possibly write everything down. We thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the adventure and can not wait to get back to exploring Canada and onward.

      Much Love