Radisson Conv Ctr Edmonton
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Banquet room
- Room service
Photos of Radisson Conv Ctr Edmonton
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Conv Ctr Edmonton
Travel Blogs from Edmonton
... has definitely helped my believe that people are all generally good so dont be afraid of travelling alone - its really ok.
-Just because people look like they "have it rough" - doesnt mean they are unhappy. A couple of examples: Those kids at the centre - they have it rough - really rough. And they dont know any better - and a lot of them truly are happy with the littlest things - playing outside for 5 minutes makes these kids happy. Also, people who ...
... is once in a while you get a surprise. What I do know is the Ardenne area is beautiful and well worth going back just to explore the areas. The town was great....and of course the beer was awesome so in the end .... still a great choice. Cutting across then to Normandy was an excellent decision....
Normandy is beautiful on its own and is what I imagine France to be. Windy country roads....cool villages...cafes everywhere.... etc etc. It ...
... where I have a CSAPS plastic surgery shoot next week, then continue on to my ultimate goal; Key West, Florida. From there I will drive to Daytona Beach, FL and store my bike for a few days at a Triumph dealership, get a new rear tire and fly to Philadelphia for a second CSAPS shoot.
Returning to DB I hope to visit an old friend in nearby Ft. Lauderdale, then fulfill a childhood dream to see Kennedy Space Center, then drive home.
... put away our electronic devices when preparing to land. The though of sitting in my own vehicle and driving the 4 hours to the mountains, is such an exciting concept that we can not wait to experience it once again.
Travel and Sickness… There are a lot of people who worry a lot about getting sick when they travel. I will not lie and say that before we left we were not one of them. But, it is an inevitability and no matter what happens you will get sick, especially over ...
... I wish I would have written here. I suppose that's the nature of the beast, and I should be grateful for the ability to reflect on them. These are experiences that will continue to shape who I am for years to come. I'm looking forward to that, to my memories of the last month to start tumbling around in my mind, polishing and smoothing the harsh, rough edges of immediacy until these vivid remembrances become soft, hazy nostalgic whispers: "Hey, remember that ...