Holiday Inn Express Suites Airdrie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... applied to over 20 job postings, all with a customized cover letter. By the end of the second week I applied to another 15 or so. I received only one call back. But that same day I was being contacted by colleagues in my former industry and recruitment firms. They wanted me. I decided to make it easy, maybe I would send my resume to them, but also to Australia. Maybe I am supposed to be heading there. I also wanted to look at other organizations that help out in other ways. ...
West Edmonton Mall is the biggest Mall in North America, has an indoor skate rink, water park complete with water slides and a wave pool, and an indoor adventure park with a giant rollercoaster! It was the knowledge of this Edomonton icon that got us out of bed at 6:15am ready for a 7am leave. The drive from Calgary to Edmonton is three hours and we were tired! We brought pillows - they came in handy!
The mall was giagantic! I've never seen ...
... away for the night.
Saturday, August 2
Today is Ted's brother Kent's birthday. Ted spent the morning installing the back up camera on the RV and the rest of the day was spent running around doing various errands. We met Kent and family for dinner at White Spot, one of our old hangouts from when we lived in Calgary. Later we got together at Kent's place to view slides Ted's dad had taken over the years. There were some classics, but we ...
Furthermore, I calculated that I spend $3 / ride on transit. So everyday I would spend at least $6, that's $30 per week to go to and from work. If I do other things, such as going to dinner or getting groceries the cost increases, so most days for this first week I was spending at least $9 per day. I sought out an online quote on insurance and registration for a vehicle (I just entered a pretend 2007 Hyundai Elantra) and ...
... that the unit has no microwave. We were nonplussed. It never entered our minds that a kitchen for tourists wouldn't have one, so we had to hunt through the kitchen for utensils and pans to cook the things we'd bought conventionally.
Then it was a long walk retracing our earlier steps all the way back into town for an explore. Saw the Calgary Tower, Chinatown (every city has one), and the outdoor eating precinct which was buzzing. To add to our impressive list of ...