Four Points by Sheraton Edmonton South
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We have made it to Edmonton and are getting excited about the trip. Melody and Ann repacked and organized their suitcases and carry on; after a our time in the Okanagan. Dave read and started this blog.
We left Kelowna yesterday but took our time getting to Edmonton; as we do not leave for Europe until tomorrow in the afternoon. We had lunch …
After finding out that we are going to Shaye's swearing in ceremony we realized we needed good clothes for the shin dig. Kel and I went shopping for dressy stuff and a white shirt for Greg. Success!!!!!
Greg and little man Maddoc nicely washed the motorhome and filled it up with petrol (96.9) that was the second lowest price we have found, Fort MacLeod was 95.9.
Greg and I , Maddoc and Declan traversed ...
... shop is also BRUTAL. Worst selection I've ever seen in any pro shop across football, baseball and hockey :( I'd say that watching hockey was the highlight but I'd be lying. The Oilers forgot the basics of hockey in the first 5 minutes and never recovered. No, the highlight was listening to the fans heckle their own team. Really, really funny stuff. Final score: Oilers 1 - 5 ...
... on the freeway. tried out the new electronic ticket at the kiosk where it scans your emailed ticket and you can print your boarding pass and bag tags. Great flight to Edmonton and arrived on time with Von and Dianne (Courtney the bride to be's mother) meeting me. Met all the gang and had a yummy BBQ at Dianne and Ed's ...
... as there's really not that much to see there, or in Edmonton in general really. Old Strathcona was a really nice area and it had some great restaurants and little shops which kept me entertained. As I mentioned I saw the Muttart Conservatory, and I also visited the Strathcona Farmers' Market, saw a couple of bookshops and took a tour of the Alberta Legislature building. On the tour I learned that Alberta is named for one of Queen Victoria's children, Louise Caroline Alberta. ...