Delta Edmonton South Hotel & Conference Centre
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... It would seem the ports where we had the worst tendering problems are now not on next year’s (almost sold-out) cruise.)
And we felt sorry for the people who set themselves up to be unhappy. Far too many expectations, and limited flexibility.
Celebrity had some standout features on both sides of the ledger; on the good side – the food and entertainment; on the bad side, inability to convincingly put the customer first when ...
... Hello Australia! Hello world!!!
This is something that is so incredibly unlike me.. but I just feel like I need (and of course, want!) to do this.
This *will* be amazing. I. Cannot. Wait.
It all starts in 7 weeks. ...
... wave pool, amusement park with roller coasters(all inside the building), show with sea lions, miniature golf, skating rink, a hotel, "theme areas" (such as "Europa Boulevard" and "Chinatown"), several food courts and massive crowds of shoppers.
Tired from the mall, we drove to a completely different place: Elk Island National Park. The park has the densest population of hoofed animals: bison, elk, deer ...
... Vanessa about 12 years ago (on a Beatles fan fiction website!) we discovered that, despite our age difference, we had more in common than two total strangers ought to have. Vanessa is of English/Mexican heritage, and lives in Mexico City. We have been in close contact ever since 2002, and when the opportunity finally presented itself to go to Mexico for a spell to visit her, I jumped at the chance.
I know I won't see dinosaurs. I won't see the impact crater. ...
... since it's not yet the Summer Hols) and, inside the buildings, often bugger all in the way of either furniture or contents ... and what there was was quite repetitive. There were a few bright spots, but not many. Still, it was worth a couple of hours to explore.
Tomorrow, off to the West Edmonton Mall ... which used to be the biggest Mall in the world, until quite recently, and is still the biggest in North America.