Continental Inn and Suites

Address: 16625 Stony Plain Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T5P 4A8, Canada | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the West Edmonton area of Edmonton, is near West Edmonton Mall, Jubilations Dinner Theatre, Ice Palace, and Palace Casino.
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      Back to the future.......

      A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Mar 24, 2015

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      ... uncertain I could even get back on my original flight through security as I had a ticket issued from Sydney to Toronto..not vancouver to Toronto. A counter gal finally gave me pity and with a lot of clickety clacks of the keyboard...miraculously what was thought to not be possible...became possible and I had in me hand a biz class seat for 10 am to edmonton. I came to the back of the counter and gave her a biggggggg hug. Was a bit worried about security but ...

      Day 34

      A travel blog entry by yorkessue on Oct 29, 2014

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      Wed 29th Oct Finally caught some sleep after disruptive people banging doors and stomping down the hallway. Had arranged a 9 am pickup in a fancier taxi with more leg room, nice SUV with leather seats and a uniformed driver and he was 15 mins early, just as well I was. Arrived at the airport in plenty of time ...

      Family, Surprised Family, and Red Lobster

      A travel blog entry by adelleg on Sep 05, 2014

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      ... visit in. Got back on the road around 1:00 pm, ready to cruise our way into Edmonton. The general traffic was astoundingly ridiculous and just as we seemed to be getting past the slowest contingent everybody came to a relative stand still. Nobody was able to pass anybody in either lane. It took nearly half an hour of painstaking progress to discover the cause: there was a police car at the head of the pack keeping everybody in check. Nobody wanted ...

      The End of the Road - Back to the Beginning

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

      2 comments

      ... though we are a distance back from where we turned off.

      My sleepiness has passed and I am wide awake for the duration of the trip. The kilometers pass under us one by one, and the vehicles are driving and passing us as they usually do on that highway, like speed demons. When we reach the Edmonton city limits, Jim chooses to take the Whitemud to the north side instead of the Henday. “This might be faster,” he says. ...

      Almost a dead loss.

      A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jun 13, 2014

      ... confused.

      A nearby alleged Tourist Information spot was also closed, despite clearly listed opening times that showed it shouldn't have been.

      Annoying, but there were many plaques outside the Fort and in the town that were worth having a look at, otherwise a waste of time and quite annoying.

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