Eastglen Inn

Address: 6918-118 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5B 4P3, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Northeast Edmonton area of Edmonton, is near Rexall Place, Northlands Park, Commonwealth Stadium, and Old Strathcona Farmer's Market.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Im HOME! Last Entry...

      A travel blog entry by valmlegare on Dec 02, 2014

      7 comments, 21 photos

      ... you have one dose, so you better use it wisely...well in my situation, the one where I got food poisoning after Sapa - and for those of you who dont remember, this isnt fun to admit but it happened and is a part of the story...I had about 8 "accidents" where I couldnt make it to the bathroom on time - all within 36 hours and sometimes outta both ends, simultaneously - the funny part is, is that I was actually questioning whether "is this bad enough to take the ...

      In case your wondering yup...I made it home

      A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 08, 2014

      32 photos

      ... else it seemed. I think even if I did not know what happened there I would have sensed it.

      Lets see the highlights.... first off its Europe....WOW. So much culture and history its like drinking from a firehose.

      Dunkirk...was cool to see right out of the gate and awesome that as a Canuck the locals want to show you how great we are. Ypres..... The town is really interesting....great place to hang out and sip beers or ...

      Edmonton station

      A travel blog entry by pvanasp on Aug 01, 2014

      3 photos

      ... I was to pull my way through but noticed that the whole car in front of me had begun to move! and I noticed the light getting brighter and the tracks appeared below. The car was moving away. For a moment I was a bit panicked Because Michael was in that section of the train as was my berth with all I owned including my id and money,and phone. Geez I wish the rail folks would give us some warning! But ...

      What we have learned about travel and ourselves

      A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Jun 18, 2014

      ... belt that your feet are tucked under the edge and you are blocking everyone else from grabbing their bag makes no sense. The amount of times Kim and I have parked our cart 3 feet back of the belt waiting for our bags and had some guy dart in front of us and park himself there while he waits is comical.

      Coffee… is delicious. For those who know me best, know that prior to July 1st, 2013 coffee was the black death to me. I drank tea and tea only, loved tea and still do. But, ...

      Day 30: The Epilogue

      A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jan 22, 2014

      ... eat umbrellas and cold, whipping rain that needles through your flesh and chips away at your bones. And I will never, ever complain about Edmonton traffic, not after trying to navigate central London in a CitroŽn land yacht surrounded by angry Londoners.

      But there it is. Distilling the experiences of a month long trip into a blog post is a difficult thing to do; much harder than I expected. I'm sure there are other realizations I'll have in the days to ...