Hotel Selkirk

Address: 1920 St, Fort Edmonton Park, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 2R7, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Brander Gardens area of Edmonton, is near Fort Edmonton Park, Terwillegar Park, Whitemud Equine Centre, and Laurier Park.
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    In case your wondering yup...I made it home

    A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 08, 2014

    32 photos

    ... say....awesome way to go. No one was in my car. In no time I was at the airport. My big complaint is how far you have to walk...OMG. Seems air Canada is bragging about how they are in the new terminal 2 now holy **** its a serious long walk.... take an energy bar.

    Heathrow is a weird airport...I was having recollections...the signage kinda sucks....but I managed to find the lobby....and they do not tell you your gate...until one hour ...

    Day 1! - Boarding the Plane

    A travel blog entry by on Aug 06, 2014

    3 photos

    ... watering food, the pristine beaches, the immaculate temples, and the endless amount of possibilities. Life is grand! Thank you to all of our friends for their guidance, inspiration, and recommendations thus far. It made the decision to buy a plane ticket that much easier! Keep checking back for our blog updates! DuuLae TuaAeng Dee Dee Na Ka! (Take Care!) - ...

    What we have learned about travel and ourselves

    A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Jun 18, 2014

    ... seen the light regarding coffee, the delicious roasted aroma, smooth addition of steamed milk, or other tantalizing flavours, how could one not like coffee. It all started in Iceland with a cafe mocha, then i slide down the slippery slope to cafe lattes, Americano’s, espresso and even Kim’s favourite the dreaded Caramel Machhiato or Colonal Markiato as i once called in back home. I now admit, i have tasted the dark side and the dark side tastes and smells like roasted ...

    Day 30: The Epilogue

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jan 22, 2014

    ... 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.


    Day 5: Saskatoon, SK to Edmonton, AB

    A travel blog entry by drat9191 on Oct 02, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... small box of Timbits (their equivalent of Dunkin Munchkins). Note to self for future reference: Next time, don't get any Timbits covered with powdered sugar to go, especially when driving a car with a black interior and when wearing a black fleece jacket. You know that situation when a vacuum cleaner bag explodes and you get "foofed"? Yeah, it's like that.

    From there, ...