Holiday Inn Conference Ctr Edmonton South
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- Indoor pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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So after a very long hot shower and with a full tummy and more than a few medicinal beverages I struggled to stay awake past 10 o'clock. I was also looking forward to sleeping in my own bed, which when compared against normal beds is absolutely top-notch, but when compared against mo'tel beds, is in a league of its own.
I was also missing our bidet, The Brondell Swash 1000, more info here: http://brondell.com/swash/swash-1000-bi det-seat.html If you ...
... we realized we should have paced ourselves on the free drinks & food!! Frankfurt was very grey & snowy, Calgary was so much nicer. We just had two hrs & then we boarded Luthfansa Air for the 6 hr flight to Dubaii. The boys loved watching all the jumbo jets drive by the Terminal. Chris & I had only assured that we'd get the Business class seats for this a few days ago & Noel was in economy. Hubby & I didn't have the pods, but still great, comfy seats ...
... and it was Matthew and Devon's first times going to the park as well. After the park, we all got supper at the food court and ice cream at Marble Slab. The mall closed at 9, so we head to our residency for the night, which was provided by my Grandma who lives in Edmonton. On our way there, I asked the guys as we reconciled our trip, 'what was the favourite slide?', to which the response was the Blue Bullet, as it is a long, narrow, blue slide, that is quite ...
... The rest of the drive was not a exciting, as the mountains were replaced with hills and nothing much captured our attention along the way. Eventually we arrived to Edmonton and I got acquainted with its weird roads, crossing and merging with each other at weird angles. We parked at the Edmonton Public Library in the middle of the city (it was only $6, you can't park that cheap in downtown Toronto!) ...
... with her too! Top tip when you're racking your race shoes - bring a pair of jandals. Ooops - note to self for Friday and Monday's races... Graeme was timed to go at 1.30pm and as usual I was more jittery about him being organised than he was. A kind of beach start in a man-made, cleaned up, chlorinated lake in the middle of town. Entry and course marking was fine - the swim exit markings weren't that great. A lot of people heading ...