Hampton Inn & Suites By Hilton Edmonton/West
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... Hitting the waterslides up, splashing in the wave pool and chilling in the hot tub.
My friend and I did leave to have some lunch (I had ice cream) and to play a round of mini golf with the rest of the ladies. Then we headed back in, as our entry allowed us access for the entire day.
The waterpark was excellent. There were slides that reminded me of my childhood and the slide at the Nautical Lady park in Busselton. Some slides also reminded ...
... 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), ...
... nothing but miles and miles for miles and miles ... flat prarie or gently rolling prarie ... did I mention it was boring?
Anyway, finally arrived at the Coliseum Inn, which is opposite Edmonton's Ice Hockey Stadium - fortunately its not (AFAIUI) the Ice Hockey season.
Tomorrow - the Royal Alberta Museum and Fort Edmonton (another historical recreation-y site).
... the foreign three-pin plugs made me giddy.
Now, a mere ten days out, we're excitedly planning the last few details. We have cat sitters and house sitters, all our luggage is strewn about the room as we have begun packing a few non-essential items into the bags, and we're frantically trying to use up the stuff in our cupboards that we'll otherwise have to throw out before we leave. I suppose there are a few more moments of ...
... wracking heading to Africa alone, I know it will push me to meet even more people and will also give me time away to reflect without any influence from home. When you're having your nice latte in your regular coffee shop today think twice about how even at home, you can make a decision to do something uncomfortable in order to discover something new. But before I get too un-comfortable....time to catch that first class ...