Executive Royal Hotel Edmonton
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
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My bike has 4 odometers, 3 of which I can reset. I use odo #1 as kind of a gas gauge to track how many kms I have on any given tank of gas. I reset it at each fill-up. Odo's #2 & #3 can also be reset, and #4 is the total mileage on the bike, although that is 31 502 km short because my mechanic accidently dropped the OEM speedo and broke it.
Odo #2 I use to track daily mileage and would reset it each morning, but with ...
... combined with his work ethic and natural abilities his improvement has been dramatic!
The BJJ Program is in its seventh year and has been featured in both Jiu-Jitsu media (articles in GracieMag & BJJ Style) as well as local news media (Edmonton Sun Article, Breakfast Television demo, and the ATA News) for the successes of our students in competition and perhaps more importantly, the development of self confident morally strong individuals. I now have ...
I received some news that has made my heart heavy this week. Duong passed away a couple of days ago. Rest In Peace little buddy, I truly believe you are in a better place. No more suffering and I do believe we will meet again in a different life - and I know you are going to be happy and healthy in the next one - possibly even king.
I used to whisper this to Duong everyday that I spent with him. RIP little man.
... which you may be wondering. So, here it is!! Food: There has been too much of it, but it has been delicious! Three squares a day and snacks are always available. Even Mary has confessed that she has enjoyed the food, and we can't say that any meal has been disappointing - breakfasts of eggs, omelets, pancakes, fruit and yogurt, and, of course, Mary's favorite peanut butter on toast; lunches that have been more like dinner, such as a delicious quinoa salad (Pat only), ...
... from the pharmacy that's inside the best little supermarket in the world), and we offered our Panadol to the mix. They had the day's race on the telly, so it was good to actually see some of the bits we had missed being at the venue. After a half hour or so, we left them and wished Maddi a good sleep in her drug-fuelled haze, and then got a text from AJ saying they would call in to see us on their way home, as flying out tomorrow would mean a rushed morning for them. So ...