Travelodge Edmonton International Airport Suites
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... After all that, we went to White Spot for dinner then went home. I was exhausted from all the socializing and activity. I dont know how the Gerows can keep that level of activity up!
The pictures are of a friend of Rick's. He was exhausted after spending the night with AJ. I got him in trouble which made him cry which made him fall asleep. Poor bugger. I felt awful. But, we all survived. When I get home I'll post the videos of him singing. I hope theycturn out ...
... 1/2 years back for easy detail finding. It really works. The binder is flexible and has pockets in the back, so we can cram every brochure, business card or piece of paper and still find it when we come home. So even though I feel as if other backpackers might give a nose down to the binder, we give it 2 thumbs up for convenience and efficiency ...
... downtown (with my pack on my back) only to realize (on arrival) that I'm actually looking for the international airport which is forty minutes outside of town.
Luckily they had a shuttle bus - but I had to walk back to the Greyhound to catch it.
I got on the airport shuttle and, lo and behold, the River Valley unfolded beneath me. As we past through my last thoughts in Edmonton were: now ...
... seal the win.
We had an early night and were up at 6:30am to get packing for the drive home. We were on the road at 8am and after a quick stop at the information centre, we drove to Red Deer before stopping for breakfast at a McDonalds inside a Walmart. I took over the driving and and we were back in Banff by 2pm with a total distance of around 900kms driven over the 48 hour period.
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... but I didn’t want to overwhelm him with too many explanations. His last sentence, or rather attempt at one, was ‘big bus’ on hearing that Toronto was my final destination; I wondered just how many teenagers were about to leave school not knowing how to construct proper sentences, as I assume ‘big bus’ was shorthand for ‘that’s a big bus ride’ or ‘that’s a long journey.’ I know I ...