Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites West Edmonton
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... My host mom and I relied on passing around my phrase book at first, then mostly on nonverbal communication. One of many things from Costa Rica that resonated with me and that the phrase book didn't explain was that when exchanging goodbyes, it wasn't adios (implying we would never cross paths again), but hasta luego (until later). I was corrected numerous times with my improper use of 'adios' as I was reminded I would always ...
... There were at least 3 school groups while was there and the staff seemed very motivated to inform.
I know, I know you guys are saying "Chuck you went where? The Edmonton Mall?" Yes I did had to do something for the ladies. You girls could spend days here although I recognized most of the same names, just on a much larger scale. Real well done – and plenty to see and do. I'm looking for a Cabela's or Bass Pro to get me back on track.
... have had to do in a very long time. I took the Red Arrow to Calgary and got on our first plane to Amsterdam after meeting the team at the airport. We were all extremely excited to get going but a little horrified when we actually bothered to read our itinerary and found that our second flight was close to 12 hours instead of the "couple hours" we had naively expected. We flew KLM. The food was really really really bad. I don't ...
... some great reactions and we were very happy to be reuntied with our families again. We were extra excited because we got to meet our new nephew, Dainan Jewell, for the very first time. It was a very special day and we got back just in time to see a wonderful Canadian fall as well. The next day we went to Kelowna and spent a week in BC with the Fricke family. It was great to see everyone but we were sad to be home again. We had such a wonderful adventure and it was the most ...
... why I wasn’t staying in Edmonton longer and when I was going back. He said Edmonton was a boring place to stay, but a good place to work, but the combined argument wasn’t exactly worthy of a party political broadcast, and I was soon on my way into the train station and away from his offers to stay with him next time I was in the city.
I checked in my large rucksack, weighing in at nearly fifty pounds, and gathered my tickets for the economy ride ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility