Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Sherwood Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Sherwood Park
... heavy things into my carry on as possible, squeezing everything in as I know once I'm there it can all expand. But not this time. The weight limit is in effect for the entire trip as we have to lift the bags in and out of the overland truck on a nearly daily basis. And being that we are on the move so much I have to be able to open and close my bag with ease (ie. not a two person job). Also my carry on must have the ability to be virtually empty as ...
raise money to help us with the costs. Thank you to all our family,
friends and 4Hers for supporting us!! We wouldn't be going without the
There are 10 of us departing at midnight tonight! We
will be joined in Toronto by a member from Wisconsin. Shots have been
had, visas attained, suitcases almost packed... :)
Now to go double check my multiple checklists!
... the biggest beer in his life. We are very happy! OK, tonight's the last night. Dan cooked pesto pasta and opened a nice red. We watched "Lost" some more ( they are addicted)! Dan has a new job and his working visa is approved, so all is well with the world. Unfortunately this means I will taxi to the airport tomorrow and travel solo again to Minneapolis, then LA and Sydney about 25 hours later! ...
We did not have far to drive the first day. I drove Mom to the city of Edmonton and we checked into our hotel.
Once at the hotel, Mom and I took a drive to the West Edmonton Mall to check it out briefly. We just wanted to see the mall and decided what we wanted to do at this place the next day.
The next day we walked around the mall and took pictures. We also went to the amusement park to check out the ...
... area to visit a bone bed (normally restricted to the public) because of slippery conditions. There is bentonite clay on the hills and trails which absorbs water and becomes really slippery when wet. This clay is used as a lubricant in the oil industry, in those mud wraps we get in the spa, kitty litter, medical uses and in many other ways. The park has a number of short interpretive trails into representative areas of the park such as ...