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... crazy chanting guy in particular.
2) The two trips to Westminster Abbey. One for the Abbey's actual use - religious/communal; one for the tourist use. Both awesome, for totally different reasons.
1) The Casbah Club, for the things Lindsay mentioned as well as getting a sense of just how tight, confined, and absolutely raucous it must have been for the teenagers in Liverpool listening to (and playing) their first rock and roll music. Simply awesome.
... other passengers, so every one who could see us either stared into space or had heads down.
We soon arrived at the Edmonton Airport and found the baggage carousels and Val was there to meet us, we picked up our bags and headed off into the free-way system and to find the hotel, once there it was a breeze with check-in and up to the room, put the bags away and out the door looking for something to eat and to discuss what we will need to do for the day where to go, ...
... and then I tell her the Lyndsey is 12. She is stunned and said she figured she was at least 18 ( the drinking age here in Alberta). Lyndsey does not look eighteen. We still pass her off for 11. Not sure what this woman was thinking.
Off to check into the Fantasyland Hotel which is in West Edmonton Mall. The room is ...
This is my first travel blog, and it's primarily designed to test out the TravelPod site and the iPhone and iPad apps. So, I've picked my trip to the Association of Change Management Professionals Global Conference as a starting point. It's a short 5 day trip to Los Angeles and should give me an opportunity to test out blogging and photo uploading so I'm better at it when my later trips start. I've got 5 other vacations scheduled for 2013 and I'd like to blog about all of ...
... and this is what Dan and Nat aspire to ( they'll need a housekeeper too!). We go to Whyte Ave which is the Newtown of Edmonton but in mini version. It's cold so Dan's suggestion is the famous beer pub for lunch. It has apparently over 40 beers on tap or some such thing, me being so interested in beer! It's nice though and I drink the first whole glass of beer in my life, an iced tea beer! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet