Delta Edmonton South Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... This was going to be our first Canadian Footy Game (like NFL) so was pretty excited.
Dan and I then went on to Whyte Ave to nose around the shops. Alicia told us of a couple of cool vegan cafes to check out as well as some other shops. Unfortunately the first vegan cafe was closed for reno but we managed to find another one. Being vegan out here is actually a lot easier than what I thought, vegan places everywhere. We had a great lunch at Remedy cafe and I bought a bag ...
... Australia, Mexico (who woulda thunk it?), Great Britain, USA and Canada. How amazing are we? Teeny Tiny NZ and we are the sixth biggest contingent?! Go us! It was a lovely evening and so we wandered back to the hotel via dinner stops and a couple of photo ops. Early-ish night tonight, before race day tomorrow and the arrival of the final quarter of Team Shanks in the morning. Still injury free (and stretching and foam-rolling!) and once again, so far so ...
Well, since we have been back we have had a lot of people asking us about the trip and we love sharing what we have learned with everyone. But one question has come up again and again, and it is a difficult one to answer, so I will try my best to answer it here.
We have been asked “what is your favourite country / place you visited?” This is a tough question as we truly did like, even love every country ...
... late nights. We ate French food in Covent Garden and Italian food in Paris's XVe arrondissement. We saw plays in grand West End theatres and in small-town German community centres. We visited eight churches--four Anglican, four Catholic--and stood in the early morning shadow of the fifth tallest cathedral in the world. We successfully conquered London rush hour traffic. I was kissed by a Liverpudlian pub goer named Sylvia and chatted up by two Parisian baggage ...
... seeking a flat to rent for the month we decided we'd be spending there.
We didn't really think it would happen, though, and were completely prepared for someone to tell us no at some stage. I'm a teacher, and for a teacher to take a vacation during the school year is kind of verboten. Aidan had only just come back to work after just about three months convalescence (oh yeah, Aidan survived a stroke back in September 2012, at the ...