Travelodge Edmonton East

3414 - 118 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta, T5W 0Z4, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Northeast Edmonton area of Edmonton, is near Northlands Park, Rundle Park, Rundle Park Golf Course, and Hermitage Park.
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    Mixing it with the world's best...

    A travel blog entry by shankspony on Aug 31, 2014

    10 photos

    ... Games. For Anneke to just be on the start line was a major achievement and testament to her hard work and great progress in 2014. We all crowded in to the holding pen zone, prior to the call-out on to the starting pontoon (ish - it's ************toon when you have to step off it and take a couple more steps before being able to dive in) and wished Anneke good luck for her race - to just have a good race, that was all that she needed to do. And ...

    A Familiar Face

    A travel blog entry by ramullis on Jul 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Columbia. Finally, I've booked seats at the Mayfield Dinner Theater, which promises a knock-your-socks-off buffet. Naturally, my interest was piqued, and I've been salivating over it for weeks.

    On our way, we happened across our first "world's largest" thing. While getting gas in tiny Vegreville, Alberta, we ran into the world's largest Ukrainian pysanka. Jenny and the picture will have to explain it to you, because to me it ...


    A travel blog entry by meganholley on Jan 31, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... our trip a whole bunch cheaper. Plus the 5 night cruise came to $334 each WITH taxes. Yes super duper cheap for everything you get!! Very good food, stops at 2 different islands, entertainment, great service and for 5 of us ladies - a very close, crowded, no sleeping balcony room on level 6. Try eating out at home for 5 days with Salmon, Lamb, or Prime rib for supper with appetizers and dessert and see if it's much cheaper. I think that is why I have to travel, it's just ...

    Fall (winter) in Alberta...:-)

    A travel blog entry by mtrm on Dec 04, 2013

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    ... inhabitants , and with the oil discovery, the begun to grow fast to one million inhabitants today. The population is constantly growing, mainly due to the large immigration from Asia.

    Edmonton is experiencing for several years, possibly a decade an anormous economic boom, which as a magnet attracts new and new immigrants from all over the world. In search for better life, even the people from tropical countries, where snow has never been seen, come and do not mind the ...

    Upon Arrival

    A travel blog entry by marpob on Sep 22, 2013

    6 photos

    My travel to Ethiopia, although long, was seamless. I left home 10:00 pm Friday night to catch the red eye heading to Toronto. Arriving in Toronto at 6:00am, I had 3 hours to kill before boarding my flight to Addis Ababa. a leisurely breakfast of simulated scrambled eggs with cold crisped bacon and hash brown patties that in no way come close to MacDonalds only to discover I had over looked two restaurants that served hot real food..oh we'll, mental note ...