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... the LRT in Edmonton. A year in a half ago, shortly after I moved to Edmonton my car died. Which sucked, and at an already particularly crazy month of things going wrong, dealing with the car, or public transit was the last thing I wanted to do. I can remember being frustrated, nervous, and overwhelmed at the idea of having to navigate public transit in a city of 800,000 people! But now, as I could calmly ride public ...
... the Covent Garden area and had a night out in London!
Sunday, October 20th
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... nightmare. Where I pictured quaint little brick buildings and the famous blacksmith's anvil still in a forge. Instead, it's all white plastic and gift shops and this really tacky "couples maze" where engaged couples have to find each other if they're "meant to be together." I couldn't stand it. Instead, I just bought generic Scotland souvenirs and counted down until we could get back on the ...