Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites West Edmonton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Wed 29th Oct Finally caught some sleep after disruptive people banging doors and stomping down the hallway. Had arranged a 9 am pickup in a fancier taxi with more leg room, nice SUV with leather seats and a uniformed driver and he was 15 mins early, just as well I was. Arrived at the airport in plenty of time ...
... chowder were excellent. Unfortunately the lobster, scallops, and shrimp were not cooked through. So disappointed! That's never happened to me before. They did reverse the charge for my entire meal, though, and were very apologetic. Meh. Ended the night watching Draft Day with Mom and Andy. Surprisingly good movie! I was really entertained. And the number of notable actors that appeared was fun to recognize without checking Imdb. Wildlife ...
... didn't have AC) on our way to eat at what I believed was the best Mexican restaurant in the world. (I know, it's not even Mexican food, but I was young so cut me some slack.) The colours of the interior of that Chili's, which matched the colours in the book I carted in to the restaurant with me, coupled with the newly-acquired Yucatán crater information, and I think you can see where I'm going with this...
I've always wanted to visit Mexico.
When I first met ...
... I had forgotten to change my watch last night so got up at 6 AM!!
My HOPE is to find my Mother of the Bride dress at this mall as it would be a fabulous memory of the trip. The next several hours will tell.. I'm on a mission!
Well, My mission was unsuccessful! We headed straight to the mall (got there at 12:30) and Joe did some computer work at Starbucks while I roamed around on my mission. I checked ...
... fun way to get around
- homestays are a great way to experience village life
- you need a visa to get in, pay at the border. It's best to print off the form before you get there and be ready. It was around $42 each
- money is called kips 8000 kip is about $1
- massage is cheap here too - Laos massage, same as Thailand
- they live in fear of a bomb going off as they work in the fields, there are ones that are still around in the ground from the war