Holiday Inn Conference Ctr Edmonton South
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... people to board here for one night, in fact they added three carriages in Edmonton to accommodate them, we should get there about 2 hours behind schedule. By the time we all (tons more people) got back onto the train after they had added more extra carriages, we were close three hours late, I feel that this is not entirely ...
... is so empty coming home to, which can only mean the adventure is that much closer! ONLY 2 days! I certainly feel privileged to be able to explore Alaska (Seattle, Juneau, Skagway, glacier bay, Ketchikan, and Victoria), Vernon, some final days In edmonton, and top it off with 5 months in south east Asia. Life seems to have a way of opening the right doors at the right moment, all you have to do is have a little faith in the opportunities presented in front of you and jump right in ...
Well, with almost a year of continuous travel behind us; 30 flights, almost 150,000 km’s traveled, and 27 countries visited, we can not help but reflect on the last year. With many hours on buses, trains and planes you tend to reflect on what you have learned from becoming a homeless, jobless vagabond. We wanted to make one of our final entries a brain dump of both of our thoughts on the highs, lows and interesting points we have come to realize over our time away from home.
I'm already planning the next trip...
Lindsay's Top Five Most Memorable Moments
5) My many jaunts out and about in London, riding the Tube to faraway stations and walking until my feet were literally broken, soaking up the history, getting lost in the mews and finding myself in bookstores and cafes and cobblestoned alleyways...
4) Being completely unable to look up into the dome of St. Paul's and having to take a seat in the ...
... the plan was to take carriage rides but due to the snow the horses weren't out. So we adapted and five pedi-cabs lined up to take us on a trip through Central Park. We we're let off at the Plaza where the girls thought were just looking at the nice lobby but were surprised to find out we were having lunch at the Plaza. It was nice to relax and enjoy our lunch ...