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TravelPod Member ReviewsMatrix Hotel Edmonton
Great location and comfortable, clean rooms. The rooms were nicely decorated but there were some small things that stood out that could have been better. For instance, the door to the room banged when it was opened against the closet behind it. Small thing, but also easily fixed. The staff was friendly and the place definitely looked pretty fancy. The free parking was great.
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After a pretty uneventful flight through from Auckland, direct to Vancouver, a brief wait and then on to Edmonton, all our bags and an intact bike arrived with us at the airport. Phew! Hungry for some "real" food we had dinner (kinda) at 11pm before getting some much needed sleep in our lovely roomy hotel room. Today dawned bright and clear and …
... to do so.
Of course, as is a tradition in our family, our day began with a lovely, bubbly bottle of champagne. Even as the kids were younger travelling on school trips abroad, we would have a wee klink to toast their journey, enjoy the excitement of the moment, and appreciate the special opportunities that travel provides. I used to get teased about being a mom who 'forced' her kids to have a drink before school, but mimosas are ...
... am sad its over.
The last couple days In Hanoi I was lucky enough to spend with friends from the orphanage. I met up with Alicia, Leila, Sarah and Katie this weekend and honestly I cant believe I didnt know all of you before this journey began - it seems like we have known each other forever and I am so lucky to have met each one of you, as no one else truly understands what its like to watch the pain and suffering but at the same time, all of the joy ...
... world. The winds picked up with a strong headwind all the way home coupled with cold temperatures and drifting snow........welcome to Canada !!! Another huge difference was the price of fuel. Typically we paid around $80US to fill up, on the Canadian side we were paying close to $110 Can. The trip from Great Falls home, coupled with the wind consumed $350 of diesel. We had planned for and hoped that we could avoid the perils of winter but apparently ...
... we were going first class in the bag section of the plane. Wellllll how wrong were we did you know it got down to -30c in the hold of those planes and we were so lucky Stewart had packed his spare undies and a tshirt or else we would of frozen it was so cold i could not even abuse Baz,but soon we were in Edmonton and out of there warming up in the sun as we walked from the plane to the baggage section and there was Val sitting there waiting for us.