Radisson Hotel & Suites Fort McMurray
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and university. This interest was at its height in art school while studying art and architecture, and the related historical aspects of european people, their economies, politics, religion, and geography. Justin got to travel the United Kingdom in high school with the Red Deer Titans (the city's rugby team) and to Australia for four months after high school by himself. Since then, he ...
... experience and I did not even stop to think about my calorie intake.
The time to say our goodbyes came round much too quickly but we leave in the hope that we will meet again before too long.
Relatives you cannot choose but friends you can - with Kanu and his family, Chad and I have had the rare opportunity to gain both.
... own dinosaur or two were you so inclined - apparently you are allowed to keep your discoveries.
It would make for an interesting talking point @ a dinner party!!
From here it is north to Edmonton, another sprawling modern day city, full of shopping malls, houses and high rises. Despite living close to London we are not really city people but we do make a point of seeing these monuments to man's progress and spent ...
... baseball across the road with a few randoms which was fun, me and Bree hit a few balls which was good. I went to the tennis courts by myself and found a local to hit with, he was from *****ia and was pretty funny. Anna took us to her favourite place for tea, to her Japanese friends restaurant, they enjoyed having us until we headed of to the cinemas to see Sextape. Me and Breezer and our 70yr old landlord haha she had a laugh and is very young at heart..it ...
'Nice cans' someone yelled out the window as we took our first steps in Fort Mac. We'd just parked at Walmart, it almost looked like a trailer park with the amount of mobile homes parked in it. Miners doing it cheap by parking and living free at Walmart. And it turns out we were gonna be among it for a couple nights until we found ourselves a home. On our left, we had a run down, dirty, old caravan-guard dog and all. And to our right was a man in a nice shirt, trousers ...