Executive Hotel Alexandra At Edmonton Airport
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... I'll see if I can go walking while they play. I can watch the whole game from there... Well, that didn't work...there are two rinks here and both games were played in the older arena...the one without the track. Ron's team beat Ontario 5 to 2 and lost to another Alberta team 4 to 2. The other Alberta team had a lot of players that Ron plays with every week, so there was a fair bit of nonsense on the ...
... van for the last time. It was hard to say goodbye our minivan after all the travel what we did. We had Chevy for almost 3 years , driving exactly 76,650 km , for whole 268 days it was our only roof above head and 267 nights we slept in it.
New Year continued in freezing cold. We got two new workers in our house, young guys both in Ukrainian origin. We do go alone very well right from the beginning. I went skiing two times with Igor the early days in Januaary. Once we went ...
... Whyte Ave and got some dessert. We walked for a good hour and parted ways back at the dinner. When we got back to the car we had a $75 parking ticket, bugger! We had parked in a permitted area but the signs were hidden behind some trees, typical! Owel we won't pay it! We then went back to Wallmart and skyped Sheryl and Kevin in the McDonalds, it was nice to catch up with them again. We slept in the car park, home away from ...
... we got to the Idol competition, they had lost not only his registration, but his music, too! There was hell to pay, let me tell you! Rick's friend, Julie, is a Dynamo and went over to the guys to straighten them out. Any way, they found something very similar and used that. It was wonderful. Rick can sing. And, he can entertain a crowd. I was very impressed. At the end of his two songs, the gals ran up to the stage and threw panties, Ala Tom ...
... the highway at Leduc which is where oil was first discovered in Alberta. A short time later we rolled into the info centre on the outskirts of Edmonton.
We gathered our brochures and had a bite to eat before hitting the West Ed Mall to kill a few hours. Edmonton looks a lot different in the summer compared to when we were there in January. Everything is green and there are golden patches of wild canola next to the highway. After an enjoyable game of mini golf, ...