Days Inn Downtown Edmonton

Address: 10041, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1G3, Canada | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 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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    Travel Blogs from Edmonton

    Rexall Place - Oilers vs Coyotes

    A travel blog entry by xtinecarmen on Dec 23, 2014

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    ... shop is also BRUTAL. Worst selection I've ever seen in any pro shop across football, baseball and hockey :( I'd say that watching hockey was the highlight but I'd be lying. The Oilers forgot the basics of hockey in the first 5 minutes and never recovered. No, the highlight was listening to the fans heckle their own team. Really, really funny stuff. Final score: Oilers 1 - 5 ...

    Blog Entry #10

    A travel blog entry by hansonmartens on Oct 27, 2014

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    ... historic sight there and discovered that the first nations lured the buffalo off the cliff to kill them. The day we drove home, we stopped in Calgary to do some shopping. I got a brand new pair of skates and a stick for the up coming hockey season. At the end of the day, we finally arrived home. I'll admit that I was quite looking forward to going home and that I was getting a little home sick near the end of the trip. Our house ...

    T-minus 1 Day until Takeoff

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... I had Mexico on the brain.

    The second thing event was that I had borrowed a book from the library by Stan and Jan Berenstain called The Day of the Dinosaurs right after returning the book in which I had read about the Chicxulub Crater. I must have read that book cover to cover at least four or five time on that first day--they weren't hard books to read, but mostly I was engrossed by the colours: vibrant pinks and purples and sorbet oranges streaking the sky and ...

    The more things change ...

    A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jun 12, 2014

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    ... with the Royal Tyrrell Museum, so why try?) - the usual problems with introduced species (check!), habitat degradation and destruction (check!) and species extinction or near extinction (check!) ... plus the usual (few) success stories of how some species have been (or are being) saved/protected.

    The other part was on the history of the settlement of Alberta ... brave, heroic white explorers and settlers riding along on ...

    We Can Quibble About the Date but I'm Right

    A travel blog entry by bmah on Feb 18, 2014

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    ... passport, scan paws for prints, touch screen answers, print receipt, present to US Customs and technically I'm in even though still hanging at YEG. A breeze.

    Here's where I gripe that the Canadian side Nexus machines most definitely need revamping or upgrading and soon. Or something to streamline the process.

    There's only 2 at YEG customs and I have now seen so many people having trouble with the ...